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POWER FOR MINING IN NORTHERN ONTARIO 

Ear Falls Hydro-Electric Development; Constructed by the Commission below the outlet of Lac Seul 

on the English River. Present installation 5,000 horsepower; ultimate capacity of site 30,000 

horsepower. Transmission line to Red Lake shown in the upper part of the picture 



H /TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT 



J 



OF 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC 
POWER COMMISSION 

OF ONTARIO 



FOR THE YEAR ENDED OCTOBER 31st 

1935 




ONTARIO 

PRINTED BY ORDER OF 
THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ONTARIO 



TORONTO 

Printed and Published by T. E. Bowman, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty 

1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 

OF ONTARIO 
1935 



T. Stewart Lyon Chairman 

Hon. Arthur W. Roebuck, K.C., M.L.A Commissioner 

Hon. Thomas B. McQuesten, K.C., M.L.A Commissioner 

W. W. Pope Secretary 

A. Murray McCrimmon Assistant Secretary and Controller 

Chief Engineers 

T. H. HOGG, B.A.Sc, C.E., D.Eng Hydraulic and Operation 

R . T. Jeffery, B . Sc Municipal Relations and Rural\Power 



LIBRARY 

727498 

UNIVERSITYOFjOHi 



To His Honour 

The Honourable Herbert A. Bruce, R.A.M.C, M.D., F.R.C.S., 
Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario 

May It Please Your Honour: 

The undersigned respectfully presents the Twenty-Eighth Annual Report 
of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario for the fiscal year which 
ended October 31, 1935, together with financial statements and statistical 
data for the calendar year 1935 relating to the municipal electric utilities 
operating in conjunction with the various systems of the Commission for the 
supply of electrical service to the citizens of the Province. 

The report contains a record of the Commission's activities in administra- 
tion, construction and operation, and financial statements for the year ending 
October 31, 1935. 

The Commission administers as trustee for the people of Ontario, under 
the Legislative Assembly and the Executive Council, power developments in 
Northern Ontario, owned by the Province. These are operated by the Com- 
mission under an agreement by .which deficits incurred in operation are 
provided from the Provincial Treasury and surplus funds remaining from 
operations, after provision is made for interest, renewals and sinking fund 
upon the capital employed, will be transferred to the Treasury. 

The various statements presented provide a comprehensive survey of 
the Commission's operations. For the information of Your Honour and the 
Members of the Legislature, comparative statements have been compiled, 
showing for the several systems, during the past seven years, the total cost 
of power supplied to the co-operating municipalities and to other consumers 
of each system, including the cost of power purchased under contract for each 
system, together with the revenues of each and additions calling for capital 
expenditures made thereto during the period under review. 

Capital Expenditures 

It will be seen, for example, that the capital investment in the Niagara 
system, which was $168,004,159 in 1929, has grown through the acquisition of 
privately owned power plants and new construction, particularly of the Chats 
Falls development and of rural lines, to $210,332,868 in 1935. This increase 
of capital has been accompanied, since 1932, by a decrease in the annual interest 
charges and payments on exchange, upon capital advanced by investors in 
the United States and the United Kingdom. The net interest and exchange 
charge of 1932 upon the then total capital investment in the Niagara system of 

[v] 



yi TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

$207,977,388, totalled $10,691,491. During the past year the net interest and 
exchange upon $210,332,868 totalled $9,891,871. There were only nominal 
payments under the heading, ' 'exchange/ ' 

Operation Costs Reduced 

Continuous efforts have been made throughout the year to reduce running 
expenses. The result is that for operation, maintenance and administration 
in the Niagara system, the cost last year was the lowest since 1929. The total 
outlay under these headings was $4,378,261 in 1935, which compares very 
favourably with $4,711,607 spent on operation, maintenance and administration 
in 1929, when the power revenue totalled $21,664,808. In 1935 the Niagara 
system revenue totalled $23,292,490. The highest annual cost of operation, 
maintenance and administration shown in the tables accompanying this report 
was in 1931, when $5,653,006 was spent under that head. It will thus be seen 
that in the four intervening years, operation, maintenance and administration 
costs have been reduced to the extent of $1,274,745; a reduction accomplished 
without any sacrifice in the efficiency of the Commission's plants in the Niagara 
system. 

In the Georgian Bay system the operation, maintenance and administra- 
tion costs, during 1935, were $384,446. As recently as 1932 they had been 
$483,137. In this case the reduction was over twenty per cent as compared 
to the cost in 1932. 

Corresponding reductions in operation, maintenance and administration 
costs have been made in other systems, particularly Eastern Ontario, where 
the aggregate under these headings had risen in 1931 to $981,514, but was 
reduced during the year ending October 31, 1935, to $719,353, which reduction 
is equal to almost ten per cent of the total cost of power to the Eastern Ontario 
system — including all capital charges — for 1935. In the Thunder Bay system 
during 1935 the operation, maintenance and administration costs snowed 
a slight increase but totalled almost the same as those of 1930, before the 
depression had reduced the volume of power sales. 

Expansion in the North 

Figures are presented in the following tables showing the distribution 
of primary and secondary power in all systems. The most marked change in 
recent years continues to be the rapid increase in the use of electrical energy 
in the gold fields of Northern Ontario. The chief expenditure of capital during 
the coming year will be for the extension of transmission lines in the Abitibi- 
Sudbury region, and for the addition of a generating unit to the Rat Rapids 
plant in Northwestern Ontario. These expenditures are so financed that 
amortization of the capital invested will be completed well within the estimated 
life of the mines served. 

A Slow Recovery 

It will be observed from the table showing the distribution of primary 
power to all systems in the period 1929-1935, especially in the old established 
Niagara system, that progress out of the depression is somewhat slow, but 
has proceeded steadily since 1931. The December peak load in 1935 was 
932,708 horsepower as compared with the lowest point of the depression — 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION vii 

December 1931 — when the load was 828,200 horsepower. At the peak of the 
industrial expansion in 1929, the December load was 969,123 horsepower in 
the Niagara system, so that in the intervening six years the system has not 
quite reached the maximum of power consumption before the breaking of the 
boom. This slow recovery of the power load has had a very serious effect upon 
the Niagara system's financial position. 

The Quebec Contracts 

Provision was made in 1929-1930 for additional power, totalling 471,000 
horsepower, to be supplied by Quebec contractors. The Commission was at 
that time under contract to take for a thirty-year term 260,000 horsepower of 
25-cycle energy from the Gatineau Power Company. At no time since the 
contracts of 1929-1930 were made has there been need to call for more power 
from the Quebec contractors than could have been supplied by the Gatineau 
Power Company. For this unused and unusable power, the Commission has 
been paying an annually increasing power bill which for the year 1929 totalled 
$1,638,516, and which had increased as at October 31, 1935 to $8,232,968. 
Had the contracts remained in force the payment to the four Quebec con- 
tractors in the year beginning November 1, 1936, would have totalled 
$10,965,000 on a tendered contract supply of 731,000 horsepower. 



The Annual Withdrawals 

The inevitable result of payment for this great quantity of unused energy 
has been a series of deficits in the earnings of the Commission, which have 
rendered necessary the withdrawal from the contingencies reserve of the 
Niagara system during the past four years of the following sums:— 

1932 $2,544,648 

1933 4,236,606 

1934 2,869,828 

1935 2,878,831 

Legislative Action 

Confronted with this drain upon its resources which, if continued, would 
inevitably exhaust the contingencies reserve and bring about unbearable 
increases in the cost of power throughout the Niagara system, the Commission 
sought the aid of the Legislative Assembly in finding a remedy. On February 
28 and March 1 and 2, 1935, the Honourable the Attorney- General, speak- 
ing for the Commission, in the House, during a complete presentation of 
the facts concerning the making of the contracts expressed the opinion that they 
were not only "outrageous and inequitable" but "illegal and unenforceable"; 
beyond the legal capacities of Ontario and Quebec, involving as they did the 
construction of works and undertakings which connected one Province with 
another or extended beyond the limits of a Province. This, Mr. Roebuck held 
to be a matter of Dominion jurisdiction. The contracting companies and The 
Hydro-Electric Power Commission were Provincial creations and the creatures 
of provincial authority could not do what the Legislatures themselves could 
not do. 



viii TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

The Prime Minister on April 1 introduced a measure, under the title: 
"An Act to declare the law with respect to The Hydro-Electric Power Commis- 
sion of Ontario and with respect to certain invalid contracts." This Act — The 
Power Commission Act of 1 935 — provides that — 

The said contracts, as hereinafter set forth, are hereby declared to 
be and always to have been illegal, void and unenforceable as against 
The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, such contracts being 
as follows: 

(a) Between the said Commission and Gatineau Power Company, 
five contracts bearing date the 19th day of May, 1926, and one 
contract bearing date the 27th day of July, 1926, set out in Sche- 
dule "A," hereto; 

(6) Between the said Commission and Gatineau Power Company, 
two contracts bearing date the 28th day of December, 1927, 
set out in Schedule "B" hereto; 

(c) Between the said Commission and Beauharnois Light, Heat and 
Power Company, one contract bearing date the 29th day of 
November, 1929, set out in Schedule "C" hereto; 

(d) Between the said Commission and Chats Falls Power Company, 
also known as Ottawa Valley Power Company, one contract 
dated the 15th day of February, 1930, and one contract dated the 
24th day of February, 1931, known respectively as the "Power 
Contract" and the "Operating Contract," set out in Schedule 
"D" hereto; 

(e) Between the said Commission and James McLaren Company, 
Limited, one contract dated the 20th day of December, 1930, 
and one contract dated the 14th day of January, 1931, set out in 
Schedule "E" hereto. 

No action or other proceeding shall be brought, maintained or pro- 
ceeded with against the said Commission founded upon any contract by 
this Act declared to be void and unenforceable, or arising out of the per- 
formance or non-performance of any of the terms of the said contracts. 

The said Commission may from time to time pay for such power as 
it deems advisable, and may, with the approval of the Lieutenant-Governor 
in Council enter into contracts therefor, and may distribute the cost 
thereof and all proper charges incidental thereto as determined by it among 
such municipalities and in such proportions as it may deem equitable, 
and all distribution as to such costs and charges for power heretofore 
purchased are validated and confirmed. 

The powers by this Act conferred on the said Commission shall be 
supplementary to the powers conferred on the said Commission by any 
other Statute. 

This Act shall come into force on a day to be named by the 
Lieutenant-Governor by his Proclamation. 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION ix 

Proclamation of the Act 

Estimates were made by the officers of The Hydro-Electric Power Commis- 
sion and experts called into consultation as to the power requirements of the 
Commission for some time to come. It became evident that any increase of the 
demand for power, which might be expected within a reasonable period, would 
not warrant the Commission in continuing to take the quantities required to 
be taken under the contracts. 

On October 18, 1935, the Commission met and adopted this recommenda- 
tion : 

'The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario recommends that 
"The Power Commission Act of 1935 be forthwith proclaimed. The Commission 
"advises that it is in a position to carry on its operations and give all essential 
"services to the power and light users of the Province without dependence on 
"power supplied under the agreements mentioned in the said Act." 

This recommendation followed upon action taken on June 5, when the 
Maclaren-Quebec Power Company was notified that the Commission would 
not accept or pay for an addition, as of July 1, of 27,000 horsepower to its then 
existing supply of 40,000 horsepower from that company; and upon similar 
action taken on September 21, when the Gatineau Power Company was 
notified of the refusal of the Commission to accept an addition, as of October 1, 
of 6,000 horsepower to the 42,000 horsepower then supplied to the Eastern 
Ontario system by that company. The Beauharnois Light, Heat & Power 
Company was also notified that the Commission would not accept or pay for an 
addition of 67,000 horsepower to the 129,000 horsepower then being supplied 
by that company, which addition, the contract provided, should be taken 
by the Commission on October 1, 1935. 

The Act was proclaimed on December 6, 1935, after the close of the 
fiscal year with which this Report deals. 



Sinking Fund Maintained 

The addition to the sinking fund during the past year, including interest 
earned, totalled $3,074,571. The Niagara system sinking fund now stands at 
$30,613,933. The renewals fund totals $23,274,339; the addition during the 
year having been $2,310,414, including $838,469 of interest earned on invested 
renewals reserve. 

The other systems — Eastern Ontario, Georgian Bay and Thunder Bay, 
are in excellent financial condition. Almost invariably the thirteenth bill to 
the municipalities in these systems has shown credits, and rebates have been 
made totalling substantial sums. The net credit balance to the municipalities 
of the Georgian Bay system for the year ending October 31, 1935, was $95,423; 
the largest total during the past seven years. In the Eastern Ontario 
system the net credit balance to the municipalities in 1935 was $244,223, 
as compared with $2,249 in 1933. In the Thunder Bay system, the net credit 
balance on the year's operations was $2,770. There had been no prior net credit 
since 1930, and in 1932 the large amount of $126,686 was charged against the 
municipalities of that system, over and above the amount of the interim 
monthly power bills. 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



DISTRIBUTION OF PRIMARY POWER TO SYSTEMS 
20-Minute Peak Horsepower — System Coincident Primary Peaks 



System 



Niagara system, 25-cycle... 
Dominion Power& Trans, 

Georgian Bay system 

Eastern Ontario system 

Thunder Bay system 

Manitoulinruralpowerdist. 

Northern Ont. properties: 

Nipissing district 

Sudbury district 

Abitibi district 

Espanola district 

Patricia district 

St. Joseph district 



1929 



1930 


1931 1932 


1933 


1934 



1935 



October 



931,261 



22,118 
82,299 
77,117 



3,599 



879,518 
58,579 
23,355 
87,990 
73,968 



3,745 
12,935 



1,582 



805,630 
48,659 
26,356 

85,857 
51,600 



3,689 
10,724 
17,800 



1,912 



839,946 
43,968 
25,666 

80,544 
58,140 



3,751 

7,574 
11,340 



2,048 



848,793 
45,710 
23,887 
86,890 
66,187 
80 



3,539 
12,466 
15,777 



2,627 



856,434 
50,670 
24,488 
91,716 
60,188 



3,840 

12,466 

31,501 

509 

2,828 



875,067 
54,155 
27,534 

103,559 

66,823 

114 



3,921 

13,070 

43,731 

547 

3,512 

1,314 



Total. 



1,116,394 1,141,672 1,052,227 1,072,977 1,105,956 1,134,728 1,193,347 



Niagara system, 25-cycle... 
DominionPower&Trans. 

Georgian Bay system 

Eastern Ontario system 

Thunder Bay system 

Manitoulinruralpowerdist. 

Northern Ont. properties: 

Nipissing district 

Sudbury district 

Abitibi district 

Espanola district 

Patricia district 

St. Joseph district 



December 



969,123 



22,961 
90,255 

64,588 



3,492 



902,392 
61,528 
25,591 
93,560 
61,300 



3,654 
10,724 



1,521 



828,200 
56,166 
27,531 
91,253 
50,300 



4,088 
11,059 
13,000 



1,926 



838,338 
48,525 
26,424 
86,716 
55,570 



3,799 

9,853 

13,000 



2,058 



879,893 
51,743 
25,496 
91,924 
54,704 
84 



3,901 
12,802 
14,745 



2,735 



901,877 
54,021 
26,816 
96,783 
69,658 
108 



4,008 
13,003 

32,842 
535 

2.855 



932,708 
56,032 
27,466 

107,185 

65,181 

134 



4,095 

14,008 

57,357 

533 

3,512 

1,394 



Total 1,150,419 1,160,270 1,083,523 1,084,283 1,138,027 1,202,506 1,269,605 



Note. — The above figures represent primary loads, and are strictly comparable from 
year to year. The figures which have appeared in this table in former years have expressed 
total loads on the basis in use at the time; for example, on page viii of the 1930 report, the 
October 1930 load is shown as 1,000,670 horsepower. In addition to the primary load of 879,518 
it contained at-will export 113,592 horsepower and a transfer to the Georgian Bay system 
amounting to 7,560 horsepower. While the latter is a primary obligation upon the Niagara 
system so far as generating resources go, it does not represent Niagara system load and as this 
load is included in the Georgian Bay system figures it must be excluded from those of the 
Niagara system. The correction has been made in all subsequent years. 



Declining Interest Payments 

May I direct Yaur Honour's attention to the important factor of declining 
interest payments in the reduction of the cost of power to the people of the 
Niagara and other systems. The bulk of the capital invested in the Queenston- 
Chippawa plant, totalling over $76,000,000, will fall due within the next 
seven years. The major part of the loans issued by the Province on the Com- 
mission's requisitions for this plant bear interest at the rate of six per cent. It 
is estimated that up to 1943, $60,000,000 of these loans will have fallen due, 
and it is expected that the average rate of interest on the refunding issues will 
be considerably reduced. 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



XI 



DISTRIBUTION OF POWER TO SYSTEMS— TOTAL PRIMARY AND SECONDARY 
20-Minute Peak Horsepower — System Coincident Peaks 



System 


1929 


1930 


1931 


1932 


1933 1934 


1935 


October 


Niagara system, 25-cycle.. 
Dominion Power&Trans. 


948,412 


1,038,110 
58,579 
23,355 
87,990 
73,968 


860,630 
48,659 
26,356 

85,857 
51,600 


867,446 
43,968 
25,666 
80,544 
65,700 


1,055,697 
45,710 
23,887 
86,890 
90,450 
80 

3,539 
12,466 
45,389 


1,071,046 

50,670 

24,488 

121,823 

99,866 

88 

3,840 

12,466 

64,075 

509 

2,828 


1,177,346 
54,155 


Georgian Bay system 

Eastern Ontario system 

Thunder Bay system 

Manitoulin rural power dist. 


22,118 
82,299 
77,117 


27,534 

133,733 

113,673 

114 


Northern Ont. properties: 
Nipissing district 


3,599 


3,745 
12,935 


3,689 
10,724 
17,800 


3,751 

7,574 
11,340 


3,921 


Sudbury district 


13,070 


Abitibi district 




96,814 


Espanola district 






547 


Patricia district 




1,582 


1,912 


2,048 


2,627 


3,512 


St. Joseph district 




1,314 


















Total 


1,133,545 


1,300,264 


1,107,227 


1,108,037 


1,366,735 


1,451,699 


1,625,733 




December 


Niagara system, 25-cycle... 
Dominion Power& Trans. 


969,123 


1,073,400 
61,528 
25,591 
93,560 
61,300 


883,200 
56,166 
27,531 
91,253 
50,300 


838,338 
48,525 
26,424 
86,716 
63,800 


1,134,262 

51,743 

25,496 

116,127 

120,000 

84 


1,150,938 

54,021 

26,816 

127,849 

122,922 

108 

4,008 

13,003 

93,029 

535 

2,855 


1,080,697 
56,032 


Georgian Bay system 

Eastern Ontario system, 

Thunder Bay system....! 

Manitoulin rural power dist. 


22,961 
90,255 

64,588 


27,466 

124,873 

125,201 

134 


Northern Ont. properties: 
Nipissing district 


3,492 


3,654 
10,724 


4,088 
11,059 
13,000 


3,799 

9,853 

13,000 


3,901 
12,802 
46,890 


4,095 


Sudbury district 


14,008 


Abitibi district 




138,390 


Espanola district 






533 


Patricia district 




1,521 


1,926 


2,058 


' 2,735 


3,512 


St. Joseph district 




1,394 


















Total 


1,150,419 


1,331,278 


1,138,523 


1,092,513 


1,514,040 


1,596,084 


1,576,335 



Note. — In some instances the above figures differ slightly from those appearing in former 
Annual Reports. Corrections have been made for the transfer of power between the Niagara 
and Georgian Bay systems, inclusion in the Niagara system of Gatineau resale, and, in the 
earlier years, using system coincident peaks instead of the sum of the district peaks for the 
Eastern Ontario system and showing Sudbury and Abitibi as separate districts. 



Refunding Provisions 

During the year under review arrangements were made with the Treasury 
department of the Government by which requirements of new capital and 
refunding of Provincial loans issued originally for the purpose of financing 
construction works of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission will in future be 
financed by bonds of the Commission guaranteed by the Province, instead of 
as heretofore by bonds shown in the Public Accounts as a direct liability of 
the Province. The chief advantage of this change in the method of financing 
new construction and refunding of existing issues is the separation of debt for 
revenue producing assets to the extent of $185,000,000 — representing money 
advanced by the Province for Hydro-Electric Power Commission purposes — 
from other liabilities of the Province. The word "debt" is not properly applic- 

(Continued on page xvi) 



Xll 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



COMPARATIVE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 



NIAGARA 



Year 


1929 


1930 






CAPITAL INVESTMENT 


$ c. 
168,004,159.13 


$ c. 
199,799,252.77 






Power purchased 


1,638,516.84 
4,711,607.15 
8,095,444.48 
1,127,242.22 
3,117,605.94 
1,738,183.90 


2,644,916.07 


Operation, maintenance and administration 


5,606,062.59 


Interest 


8,980,374.58 


Provision for renewals 


1,606,458.27 


Provision for contingencies, etc. 


2,893,784.93 
1,794,591.02 


Sinking fund 




TOTAL COST OF POWER ... 


20,428,600.53 


23,526,187.46 


Less: 
Amount appropriated from the contingencies reserve of 
the system and applied in reduction of the cost of power 








Net total 


20,428,600.53 
21,664,808.55 


23,526,187.46 


REVENUE from municipalities at interim rates, from 
rural consumers and from private customers under 
flat rate contracts 


24,467,322.68 






Net balance credited or charged to municipalities under 
cost contracts 


1,236,208.02 
Credited 


941,135.22 




Credited 



GEORGIAN BAY 



Year 


1929 


1930 






CAPITAL INVESTMENT 


$ c. 
6,310,034.95 


$ c. 
7,940,666.96 






Power purchased 


32,245.28 
313,246.50 
255,110.13 
78,574.72 
52,462.33 
59,641.34 


53,201.27 


Operation, maintenance and administration 


360,061.28 


Interest 


299,428.66 


Provision for renewals 


92,375.30 


Provision for contingencies, etc.. . 


35,695.22 


Sinking fund 


69,344.10 






TOTAL COST OF POWER 


791,280.30 
873,568.95 


910,105.83 


REVENUE from municipalities at interim rates, from 
rural consumers and from private customers under 
flat rate contracts 


926,692.34 






Net balance credited or charged to municipalities under 
cost contracts 


82,288.65 
Credited 


16,586.51 




Credited 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



xm 



RESPECTING THE SYSTEMS OF THE COMMISSION 



SYSTEM 



1931 


1932 


1933 


1934 


1935 


$ c. 
208,501,899.28 


$ c. 
207,977,388.63 


$ c. 
208,143,427.49 


$ c. 
208,626,540.68 


$ c. 
210,332,868.06 


3,979,524.00 
5,653,006.77 
9,502,526.86 
1,391,105.25 
617,820.29 
1,872,727.14 


5,513,435.12 
4,893,571.40 
10,691,491.55 
1,579,701.50 
118,462.65 
1,977,928.39 


6,738,406.63 
4,800,173.78 
10,445,990.16 
1,628,176.44 
125,698.79 
1,883,199.99 


6,872,793.14 
4,821,848.99 
10,138,022.77 
1,627,164.82 
129,514.12 
1,987,207.74 


8,232,968.05 
4,378,261.93 
9,891,871.69 
1,633,187.66 
133,744.87 
1,973,389.31 


23,016,710.31 


24,774,590.61 
2,544,648.63 


25,621,645.79 
4,236,606.73 


25,576,551.58 
2,869,828.36 


26,243,423.51 
2,878,831.21 






23,016,710.31 
23,752,132.85 


22,229,941.98 
22,459,448.97 


21,385,039.06 
21,096,722.06 


22,706,723.22 
22,543,780.63 


23,364,592.30 
23,292,490.97 


735,422.54 
Credited 


229,506.99 
Credited 


288,317.00 
Charged 


162,942.59 
Charged 


72,101.33 
Charged 



SYSTEM 



1931 


1932 


1933 


1934 


1935 


$ c. 
8,203,445.46 


$ c. 
8,329,025.78 


$ c. 
8,394,645.25 


$ c. 

8,427,278.77 


$ c. 
8,478,201.80 


64,410.77 
438,941.70 
356,655.71 
121,800.88 

47,827.76 
83,789.13 


18,810.77 

483,137.12 

412,557.36 

124,737.66 

54,229.21 

86,698.15 


27,316.52 

440,008.76 

396,690.67 

128,111.66 

57,148.73 

87,826.94 


43,832.70 

409,286.71 

380,745.19 

129,844.11 

43,570.17 

88,348.64 


39,281.63 

384,446.80 

371,615.62 

131,083.26 

44,390.15 

88,746.21 


1,113,425.95 
1,050,823.94 


1,180,170.27 
1,161,831.25 


1,137,103.28 
1,163,135.32 


1,095,627.52 
1,181,960.85 


1,059,563.67 
1,154,986.69 


62,602.01 
Charged 


18,339.02 
Charged 


26,032.04 
. Credited 


86,333.33 
Credited 


95,423.02 
Credited 



XIV 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



COMPARATIVE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

EASTERN ONTARIO 



Year 


1929 


1930 






CAPITAL INVESTMENT 


$ c. 
20,447,230.08 


$ c. 
20,917,182.90 






Power purchased 


440,595.40 
932,194.87 
810,478.17 
196,129.59 
260,564.74 
151,030.71 


522,732.86 
934,766.36 


Operation, maintenance and administration 


Interest 


913,872.57 


Provision for renewals 


214,924.91 


Provision for contingencies 


115,160.41 


Sinking fund 


158,835.47 






TOTAL COST OF POWER 


2,790,993.48 


2,860,292.58 


Appropriated from contingencies reserve to cover 
shortage on operation of local distribution systems .... 








Net total 


2,790,993.48 
3,025,908.37 


2,860,292.58 


REVENUE from municipalities at interim rates, from 
rural consumers and from private customers under 
flat rate contracts 


3,051,987.02 






Excess revenue over cost of power 


234,914.89 
148,980.44 


191,694.44 


Profit from sale of power to companies and/or local 
distribution systems, transferred to contingencies 
reserve 


117,244.91 






Net balance credited to municipalities under cost 
contracts 


85,934.45 


74,449.53 







THUNDER BAY 



Year 


1929 


1930 






CAPITAL INVESTMENT 


$ c. 
15,325,411.00 


$ c. 
17,645,796.31 






Power purchased 


3,161.50 
191,903.99 
662,675.66 
109.200.41 
332,981.76 
132,343.09 


474.00 


Operation, maintenance and administration 




225,693.87 


Interest ." 




655,340.84 


Provision for renewals 


112,798.56 


Provision for contingencies, etc. 


346,252.43 


Sinking fund 


137,011.32 






TOTAL COST OF POWER 


1,432,266.41 


1,477,571.02 


Amount appropriated from contingencies reserve of the 
system and applied in reduction of the cost of power 












Net total 


1,432,266.41 
1,454,080.66 


1,477,571.02 


REVENUE from municipalities at interim rates 
rural consumers and from private customers 
flat rate contracts 


from 
under 


1,481,978.47 






Net balance credited or charged to municipalities under 
cost contracts 


21,814.25 
Credited 


4,407.45 




Credited 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



xv 



RESPECTING THE SYSTEMS OF THE COMMISSION 

SYSTEM 



1931 


1932 


1933 


1934 


1935 


$ c. 
21,570,767.11 


$ c. 
21,060,823.96 


$ c. 
19,372,833.44 


$ c. 
19,851,622.12 


$ c. 
20,096,487.78 


637,903.94 
981,514.88 
938,745.56 
241,193.70 
110,668.22 
167,272.84 


698,627.59 
918,978.04 
968,995.87 
248,330.65 
119,387.64 
171,432.37 


771,050.62 
761,603.57 
894,253.67 
227,793.09 
83,188.62 
173,029.78 


833,980.26 
724,389.50 
913,406.78 
242,903.39 
84,924.08 
174,813.02 


849,295.63 
719,353.15 
848,533.52 
250,839.49 
86,456.30 
184,228.67 


3,077,299.14 


3,125,752.16 


2,916,919.35 


2,974,417.03 
115.28 


2,938,706.76 










3,077,299.14 
3,232,921.80 


3,125,752.16 
3,199,177.07 


2,916,919.35 
2,920,450.19 


2,974,301.75 
3,084,008.59 


2,938,706.76 
3,182,930.67 


155,622.66 
136,927.20 


73,424.91 

48,122.89 


3,530.84 
1,281.64 


109,760.84 


244,223.91 








18,695.46 


25,302.02 


2,249.20 


109,706.84 


244,223.91 



SYSTEM 



1931 


1932 


1933 


1934 


1935 


$ c. 
18,406,363.39 


$ c. 

18,480,738.51 


$ c. 
18,630,772.18 


$ c. 
18,679,610.73 


$ c. 

18,669,882.13 












217,397.16 

879,477.46 
151,173.65 


203,224.26 

1,017,730.35 

147,471.19 

132.36 

137,066.04 


214,729.82 
972,869.43 
149,518.82 
869.29 
140,993.98 


215,991.04 
912,622.62 
160,490.28 
1,140.37 
148,323.24 


225,840.86 

897,013.99 

160,523.21 

1,190.36 


135,813.13 


148,735.40 


1,383,861.39 


1,505,624.20 
143,499.15 


1,478,981.34 
41,359.65 


1,438,567.55 


1,433,303.82 








1,383,861.39 
1,339,046.63 


1,362,125.05 
1,235,438.17 


1,437,621.69 
1,380,099.79 


1,438,567.55 
1,383,066.52 


1,433,303.82 
1,436,074.07 


44,814.76 
Charged 


126,686.88 
Charged 


57,521.90 
Charged 


55,501.03 
Charged 


2,770.25 
Credited 



xvi TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

able to these great sums, heretofore advanced by the Province for The Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission capital expenditures. They form in reality capital 
advances which earn not only interest and renewal reserves, but sinking fund 
sufficient to liquidate the entire capital investment of The Hydro-Electric Power 
Commission within a maximum period of forty years from the time the capital 
was invested. The amortization period is as low as ten years in the case of 
recent investments in power developments for mining purposes in the extreme 
northwestern part of the Province. Not one dollar has come from the taxpayers 
of the Province to meet any expenditure for interest or other capital charges 
upon the money advanced by the Province to The Hydro-Electric Power 
Commission on account of the cost-contract municipalities. 

It is, therefore, sound public policy to remove the report of this part of 
the debt of the Province from the general debt statistics, and to indicate that 
while the capital invested for hydro-electric service is an indirect liability of 
the Province, there is no likelihood of the taxpayers of Ontario being called upon 
to meet any part, at any time, of the capital charges or of the moneys required 
to repay the advances made to The Hydro-Electric Power Commission. 

These remarks apply to the four groups of municipalities embraced in the 
Niagara, Georgian Bay, Eastern Ontario and Thunder Bay systems. They are 
in part applicable also to the Northern Ontario properties. In respect to the 
power developments in that part of the Province north of the French river 
and lake Nipissing, the Commission believes that these properties will not 
only shortly carry their own capital charges but will provide surplus revenues 
for necessary extensions and improvements without cost to the Provincial 
Treasury. 



Rural Power 

Since the inauguration of the movement for the extension of the services 
of the Commission into the townships and hamlets of the Province, not included 
among the cost contract municipalities, the Legislative Assembly has author- 
ized the making of grants for the construction of primary and secondary lines 
to serve the population of the hamlets and farms. These grants — uniformly 
half the first cost of primary and secondary rural lines — are the only moneys 
provided by the Province at the general cost of the taxpayer for the construc- 
tion of Hydro plant. They have been made chiefly as a measure of social 
betterment. It is doubtful if as much as half of the existing mileage, now 
almost 10,000 miles in extent, of rural distribution systems would have been 
constructed without these grants in aid. The amount so expended up to the 
present time totals $9,489,670, divided among the various systems as follows: — 

Niagara $6,820,965 

Georgian Bay 814,942 

Eastern Ontario 1,737,371 

Thunder Bay 60,376 

Manitoulin R.P.D 29,454 

Northern Ontario properties 26,562 

The grants have carried with them a very general public approval. Their 
continuance will enable the Commission to construct in the future additional 
rural lines. 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xvii 

Capital Investment 

The total investment of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 
in power undertakings and hydro-electric railways is $295,760,459.12, exclusive 
of government grants in respect of construction of rural power districts' lines; 
and the investment of the municipalities in distributing systems and other 
assets is $112,240,515.88, making in power and hydro-electric railway under- 
takings a total investment of $408,000,975.00. 

The following statement shows the capital invested in the respective 

systems, districts and municipal undertakings: 

Niagara system $210,332,868.06 

Georgian Bay system 8,478,201.80 

Eastern Ontario system 20,096,487.78 

Thunder Bay system 18,669,882.13 

Manitoulin rural power district 35,315.74 

Nipissing rural power districts 27,305.40 

Northern Ontario properties 30,739,704.70 

Hydro-Electric railways 2,263,182.49 

Office and service buildings, construction plant, inventories, etc 5,117,511.02 

$295,760,459.12 

Municipalities' distribution systems — all systems 91,756,564.75 

Other assets of municipal Hydro utilities (exclusive of $32,609,979.83 of 

municipal sinking-fund equity in H-E.P.C. system) — all systems 20,483,951.13 

$408,000,975.00 



Reserves of Commission and Municipal Electric Utilities 

The total reserves of the Commission and the municipal electric utilities 
for sinking fund, renewals, contingencies and insurance purposes amount to 
$148,474,209.03, made up as follows: 

Niagara system ! $57,685,920.71 

Georgian Bay system 3,449,255.67 

Eastern Ontario system 6,663,121.77 

Thunder Bay system 3,960,711.75 

Manitoulin rural power district and Nipissing rural power districts 15,930.17 

Northern Ontario properties 1,475,621.19 

Office and service buildings and equipment 797,255.70 

Bonnechere storage 7,373.03 

Total reseryes in respect of Commission's properties $74,055,189.99 

Hydro-electric railways (Guelph) 144,873.11 

Insurance, workmen's compensation and staff pensions 5,167,636.35 

Total reserves of the Commission $79,367,699.45 

Total reserves and surplus of municipal electric utilities ... 69,106,509.58 

Total Commission and municipal reserves $148,474,209.03 

The consolidated balance sheet of the municipal electric utilities, on page 
277, shows a total cash balance of $2,927,485.90, and bonds and other invest- 
ments of $2,593,633.59. The total surplus in the municipal books now amounts 
to $48,236,542.76, in addition to depreciation and sundry other reserves 
aggregating $20,869,966.82; these two amounts making the total of 
$69,106,509.58 shown in the above table. The net increase in the municipal 
utilities' local reserves and surplus was $4,878,294.76 and the net increase in 
the total of Commission and municipal reserves for the year was $10,031,200.41. 
The increase of reserves since 1925 has been $101,838,994.84. 



xviii TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

Revenue of Commission 

The revenue of the Commission at interim rates from the municipal 
utilities operating under cost contracts, from customers in rural power districts 
and from other customers with whom — on behalf of the municipalities — the 
Commission has special contracts, all within the Niagara, Georgian Bay, 
Eastern Ontario and Thunder Bay systems, Manitoulin Island and Nipissing 
rural power districts aggregates $29,085,571.37. The revenue of the Com- 
mission from customers served by the Northern Ontario properties, which are 
held and operated in trust for the Province, is $1,684,376.06, making a total 
of $30,769,947.43. 

Summarized operating results of these systems and rural power districts, 
and of the Northern Ontario properties, follow: 

OPERATING RESULTS OF THE SYSTEMS 

Revenue from municipal electric utilities and other power 

customers $26,182,762.53 

Revenue from customers in rural power districts 2,902,808.84 

Total revenue, systems and rural $29,085,571.37 

Operation, maintenance, administration, interest and other 

current expenses $26,853,477.63 

Reserves for sinking fund, renewals, contingencies and obsoles- 
cence provided in the year 4,840,488.17 

Total expenses and reserves $31,693,965.80 

Less: Appropriated from contingencies reserve 2,878,831.21 

Net total 28,815,134.59 

Net balance credited to municipalities under cost contracts $ 270,436.78 



OPERATING RESULTS OF THE NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 

Revenue from customers $ 1,684,376.06 

Operation, maintenance, administration, interest and other 

current expenses $ 1,494,069.43 

Reserves for sinking fund, renewals and contingencies 578,361.20 

Total expenses and reserves ; 2,072,430.63 

Balance, which is charged to Province of Ontario, subject to 

repayment out of any future surplus earnings of the properties $ 388,054 . 57 



Rural Electrical Service 

There is now rather more than $19,180,000 invested in the rural power 
district systems established by the Commission. Towards this rural electrifica- 
cation work the Ontario Government, pursuant to its policy of promoting the 
basic industry of agriculture, has, in the form of grants-in-aid, contributed 
50 per cent of the costs of transmission lines and equipment, or about $9,490,000. 

Segregated from the summary of the Commission's operating revenues 
as a whole, which has been presented above, the data relating to rural power 
districts show in the aggregate a revenue from rural customers of $2,902,808.84 
which was $27,310.66 more than the total cost, including reserve requirements 
computed at the customary rates. 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



xix 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS— OPERATIONS FOR THE YEAR 1935 



Niagara 
system 



Georgian 

Bay 
system 



Eastern 
Ontario 
system 



Thunder 

Bay 
system 



Mani- 
toulin 
rural 
power 
district 



Nipissing 

rural 

power 

district 



Totals 



Cost of power as 
provided to be 
paid under 
Power Commis- 
sion Act 

Cost of operation, 
maintenance 
and adminis- 
tration 

Interest 

Renewals 

Obsolescence and 
contingencies 

Sinking fund 



851,952.21 



474,122.83 
300,271.00 
267,088.56 

133,544.28 
71,238.47 



104,670.13 



53,270.75 
38,720.58 
32,836.34 

16,418.17 
9,126.31 



175,110.10 



116,522.52 
77,408.44 
67,591.23 

33,773.29 
18,120.12 



4,168.52 



3,489.31 

2,889.18 
2,380.72 

1,190.36 
626.72 



c. 



3,750.00 



1,372.12 
1,583.51 
1,288.90 

644.45 
370.16 



c. 



5,020.05 



2,170.46 

1,098.62 

944.76 

472.38 
252.63 



1,144,671.01 



650,947.99 
421,971.33 
372,130.51 

186,042.93 
99,734.41 



Total expenses 

Revenue from 
customers 



2,098,217.35 
2,123,547.16 



255,042.28 
255,141.45 



488,525.70 
491,418.30 



14,744.81 
13,612.96 



9,009.14 

8,382.18 



9,958.90 
10,706.79 



2,875,498.18 
2,902,808.84 



Balances credited 
to districts or 
charged to 
municipalities 
comprising dis- 
tricts: 

Net credit, all dis- 
tricts 

Net charge, all 
districts 



25,329.81 



99.17 



2,892.60 



747. 



1,131.85 



626.96 



29,069.47 
1,758.81 



Net credit, all 
systems 



27,310.66 



Municipal Electric Utilities 

The following is a summation of the year's operation of the local electric 
utilities conducted by municipalities receiving power under cost contracts 
with the Commission: 

Total revenue collected by the municipal electric utilities $33,009,939.17 

Cost of power * $20,053,676.40 

Operation, maintenance and administration 5,169,172.51 

Interest 2,040,130.35 

Sinking fund and principal payments on debentures 2,423,088.34 

Depreciation and other reserves 2,076,322.24 

Total 31,762,389.84 

Surplus $ 1,247,549.33 



xx TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

With regard to the local Hydro utilities operating under cost contracts, 
the following statements summarize for each of the four co-operative systems 
administered by the Commission, the financial status and the year's operations 
as detailed in Section X of the Report. 

Niagara System 

The total plant assets of the Niagara system utilities amount to 
$78,879,732.52. The total assets, including an equity in the H-E.P.C. of 
$28,796,956.95 aggregate $123,926,898.90. The reserves and surplus accumu- 
lated in connection with the local utilities, exclusive of the equity in the 
H-E.P.C, amount to $55,805,541.09. The percentage of net debt to total 
assets is 34.8. 

The total revenue of the municipal electric utilities served by this system 
was $27,079,675.86, an increase of $887,973.98, as compared with the previous 
year. After meeting all expenses in respect of operation, including interest, 
setting up the standard depreciation reserve amounting to $1,693,702.44, 
and providing $2,218,920.41 for the retirement of instalment and sinking fund 
debentures, the total net surplus for the year for the municipal electric utilities 
served by the Niagara system amounted to $587,620.62. 

Georgian Bay System 

The total plant assets of the Georgian Bay System utilities amount to 
$2,765,508.11. The total assets, including an equity in the H-E.P.C. of 
$1,073,533.56 aggregate $4,428,785.04. The reserves and surplus accumulated 
in connection with the local utilities, exclusive of the equity in H-E.P.C, 
amount to $2,708,085.62. The percentage of the net debt to total assets is 
18.9. 

The total revenue of the municipal electric utilities served by this system 
was $1,179,609.56, an increase of $9,688.35, as compared with the previous 
year. After meeting all expenses in respect of operation, including interest, 
setting up the standard depreciation reserve amounting to $77,416.60, and 
providing $61,067.65 for the retirement of instalment and sinking fund deben- 
tures, the total net surplus for the year for the municipal electric utilities served 
by the Georgian Bay system amounted to $113,088.26. 

Eastern Ontario System 

The total plant assets of the Eastern Ontario System utilities amount 
to $7,600,413.87. The total assets, including an equity in the H-E.P.C. of 
$1,292,442.14 aggregate $11,290,104.77. The reserves and surplus accumulated 
in connection with the local utilities, exclusive of the equity in H-E.P.C, 
amount to $7,492,938.37. The percentage of net debt to total assets is 18.4. 

The total revenue of the municipal electric utilities served by this system 
was $3,447,126.13, an increase of $138,466.72, as compared with the previous 
year. After meeting all expenses in respect of operation, including interest, 
setting up the standard depreciation reserve amounting to $192,960.00, and 
providing $129,322.36 for the retirement of instalment and sinking fund 
debentures, the total net surplus for the year for the municipal electric utilities 
served by the Eastern Ontario System amounted to $426,949.79. 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xxi 

Thunder Bay System 

The total plant assets of the Thunder Bay System utilities amount to 
$2,510,910.25. The total assets, including an equity in the H-E.P.C. of 
$1,447,047.18 aggregate $5,204,707.00. The reserves and surplus accumulated 
in connection with the local utilities, exclusive of the equity in H-E.P.C, 
amount to $3,099,944.50. The percentage of net debt to total assets is 11.7. 

The total revenue of the municipal electric utilities served by this system 
was $1,303,527.62, an increase of $3,420.04, as compared with the previous year. 
After meeting all expenses in respect of operation, including interest, setting 
up the standard depreciation reserve amounting to $40,489.68, and providing 
$13,777.92 for the retirement of instalment and sinking fund debentures, the 
total net surplus for the year for the municipal electric utilities served by the 
Thunder Bay system amounted to $119,890.66. 



The Honourable A. W. Roebuck and the Honourable T. B. McQuesten 
join with me in expressing appreciation of the wholehearted and highly efficient 
co-operation of the Heads of Departments and officials generally of the Com- 
mission in carrying on the operations of the past year. Many of them have been 
members of the staff from the beginning and have regarded the development 
of the plant and equipment of the Commission not so much as a job to be 
done, as a mission to be accomplished for the people of the Province. 

I wish to repeat the assurance given in the report of last year, that griev- 
ances presented by any of the hundreds of thousands of consumers throughout 
the Province will be enquired into without prejudice and settled with a desire 
to do justice in every case. 

As in the Fall of 1934, there was again a less urgent demand for energy for 
manufacturing purposes during the months of October and November 1935, 
except in the case of the heavy iron and steel industries. Since the turn of the 
year the Commission's power loads have again increased to a satisfactory 
degree, and the Commission looks forward to a substantial addition during the 
year ending October 31, 1936, to the industrial power demand in every system. 

The increase in the use of power for gold mining in the north and for 
metallurgical processes in the Sudbury Districts foreshadows a very marked 
increase, during the present year, in the output of gold and base metals through- 
out Northern Ontario. This in turn must react favourably upon the metal 
industries in all the principal cities of the Province, especially those engaged in 
iron and steel manufacturing for northern consumption. 

Respectfully submitted, 

T. Stewart Lyon, 

Chairman 



xxii TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 



Toronto, Ontario, March 31st, 1936. 

T. Stewart Lyon, Esq., 

Chairman, The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 
Toronto, Ontario. 

. Sir, — I have the honour to submit the Twenty-Eighth Annual Report of 
The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. The Report covers the 
operations of the Commission for the fiscal year which ended October 31st, 1935. 
In it are incorporated, as Section X, financial statements and statistical data 
relating to the "Hydro" utilities of the partner municipalities. 

I have the honour to be, 
Sir, 
Your obedient servant, 

A. Murray McCrimmon 

Secretary and Controller 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xxiii 



CONTENTS 

SECTION PAGE 

Foreword ----------------- xxvii 

I. Legal, (see also Appendix I) ------------ 1 

Right-of-way --------------- l 

II. Operation of the Systems: 

General _-__-----_____-_ 6 

Forestry division __- 1. ------- -- n 

Niagara system ---------------16 

Georgian Bay system ------------- 31 

Eastern Ontario system --------- • - - - 36 

Thunder Bay system ------------- 46 

Manitoulin rural power district ----------48 

Northern Ontario properties ---------- 49 

III. Municipal Work: 

Niagara system ---------------58 

Georgian Bay system ------------- 60 

Eastern Ontario system ------------61 

Thunder Bay system ------------- 61 

Manitoulin rural power district ----------61 

Northern Ontario properties -___-____- 62 

Rural Electrical Service ------------ 65 

IV. Hydraulic Engineering and Construction: 

Niagara system ---------------87 

Eastern Ontario system ------------ 88 

Northern Ontario properties -----------88 

General ---------------- 90 

V. Electrical Engineering and Construction: 

Niagara system ---------------92 

Georgian Bay system ------------- 97 

Eastern Ontario system ------------97 

Thunder Bay system ------------- 98 

Northern Ontario properties -----------99 

VI. Transmission, Distribution and Rural systems (see also Appendices II and III): 

Niagara system -------------- 103 

Georgian Bay system ------------- 105 

Eastern Ontario system ------------ 105 

Northern Ontario properties ----------- 107 

Telephone lines — all systems ----------- 109 

Distribution lines and systems ---------- no 

VII. Testing, Research, Inspection ----------- 117 

Electrical Inspection ------------- 128 



xxiv TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

SECTION PAGE 

VIII. Electric Railways: 

The Hamilton Street Railway Company -------- 131 

Guelph Radial Railway ------------ 133 

IX. Financial Statements Relating to Properties Operated by the Commission: 

Co-operative Systems and Properties: 

Balance sheet -------------- 142 

Operating and income accounts ---------- 144 

Summarization of cost distributions --------- 146 

Schedules supporting the balance sheet -------- 148 

Detailed Statements for Municipalities and Rural Power Districts: 

Niagara system -------------- 166 

Georgian Bay system ------------- 206 

Eastern Ontario system ------------ 224 

Thunder Bay system ------------- 240 

Manitoulin Island rural power district ------- 244 

nlpissing rural power districts ---------- 246 

Northern Ontario Properties: 

Balance sheet _-------_--__- 250 

Operating and income accounts ---------- 252 

Schedules supporting the balance sheet ------- 254 

The Hamilton Street Railway Company -------- 259 

Guelph Radial Railway ------------ 263 

X. Municipal Accounts and Statistical Data: 

Explanatory statement _-___------_ 267 

Consolidated balance sheet ----------- 272 

Consolidated operating report ----__-___ 278 

Statement A — Balance sheets ---------- 284 

Statement B — Detailed operating reports ------- 330 

Statement C — Respecting street lights -------- 376 

Statement D — Comparative revenue, consumption, number of con- 
sumers, AVERAGE MONTHLY BILL, NET COST PER KILOWATT-HOUR, ETC. - 396 

Statement E — Cost of power to municipalities and rates to consumers 

FOR DOMESTIC, COMMERCIAL LIGHTING AND POWER SERVICE - - - 414 

Appendix I. Acts ---------------- 431 

Appendix II. Transmission Line Records ---------- 488 

Appendix III. Distribution Lines and Systems --------- 492 

Index 499 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xxv 



ILLUSTRATIONS 

PAGE 

Power for Mining in Northern Ontario — Ear Falls Development - - Frontispiece 

Forestry Division — Operating Department: 

Pruning closely-planted trees -_-■---.----- 11 

Tree mutilation — Not attributable to pruning for line clearance - 12 

Tree preservation — Example of tree surgery ------- 13 

a specimen tree and a tree hazard -----------15 

Rural Electrical Service in Ontario: 

Propagation of egg plants by under-soil electrical heat ----- 67 

Harvesting egg plants propagated by under-soil electrical heat - 67 

Comparison of tobacco plants propagation with and without electrical heat - 69 

Suggested set-up of utility-motor chopper in barn - - - - - - - 72 

Milk cooling by electrical refrigeration with agitation ----- 73 

dlagramatic sketch of complete automatic water system for farm - 74 

Abitibi Canyon Development — Northern Ontario Properties: 

General view showing sluiceways and overflow channel ----- 88 
Unloading crane, on west bank below power house -------89 

Improved Transportation for Northern Ontario: 

General view of marine railway at Flower Falls ------- 90 

Terminal at Lake St. Joseph ---~- --------- 91 

Chats Falls Development — Ottawa River: 

Frequency-changer set showing 60-cycle generator under construction - 93 
Control board for frequency-changer ----------95 

Rat Rapids Development — Albany River: 

Generating station --------------- 101 

Operators' cottage --------------- 101 

Transmission Lines — Eastern Ontario System — 60-cycle line ----- 106 

Transmission Lines — Northern Ontario Properties: 

Wish-bone type of construction on 132,000-volt line - - - - ' - - - 107 
Twin-pole angle structure on 132,000-volt line ------- 109 

Testing and Research Laboratories: 

Internal structure of an aluminum ingot --------- 119 

Fatigue testing machine for wire ----------- 121 

Research on vibration of line conductors — test span and observation 
platform ----------------- 122 

Typical devices to reduce transmission line vibrations ----- 123 
Dead-end connections tested for vibration characteristics ----- 125 



xxvi TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

DIAGRAMS 

PAGE 

Twenty-Five Years Record — All Systems, Capital investment and reserves - xxix 

Twenty-Five Years Record, Niagara System — Power resources and loads - - xxxi 

All Systems Combined — Peak loads, 1931 to 1935 ------ - - 7 

Niagara System — Peak loads, 1910 to 1935 --------- 18, 19 

Niagara System — Primary and secondary loads, 1931 to 1935 ----- 21 

Niagara System — Total kilowatt-hour load, 1919 to 1935 ------ 23 

Dominion Power and Transmission Division — Diagram of stations - 25 

Niagara System — Diagram of stations. Insert facing -------26 

Georgian Bay System — Peak loads, 1919 to 1935 --------- 33 

Georgian Bay System — Diagram of stations. Insert facing ----- 34 

Eastern Ontario System — Peak loads for all districts combined - 37 

Ottawa District — Peak loads, 1917 to 1935 ---------39 

Precipitation Diagram — Otonabee watershed -------- 40 

Central Ontario District — General operating data -------41 

Eastern Ontario System — Diagram of stations. Insert facing - - - - 44 

Thunder Bay System — Diagram of stations ----------45 

Thunder Bay System — Peak loads, 1921 to 1935 --------- 46 

Thunder Bay System — Primary and secondary loads, 1932 to 1935 - 47 

Northern Ontario Properties: 

Nipissing District — Peak loads, 1921 to 1935 -------- 49 

Sudbury District — Peak loads, 1931 to 1935 ---------51 

Abitibi District — Peak loads, 1931 to 1935 --------- 53 

Patricia District — Peak loads, 1930 to 1935 ---------55 

Northern Ontario Properties — Diagram of stations. Insert facing - - - 56 

Rural Power Districts: 

Mileage of primary lines approved -----------76 

Aggregate peak loads, 1921 to 1935 ----------- 77 

Diagram illustrating growth of------------ 113 

Electrical Inspection Department — Chart illustrating operations - - - - 129 

The Hamilton Street Railway Company — Operating statistics ----- 132 

Guelph Radial Railway — Operating statistics -------- 134 

Twenty-Five Years Record — Assets and liabilities of "Hydro" utilities - - - 270 

Twenty-Five Years Revenues — "Hydro" utilities -------- 271 

Cost of Electrical Service in Municipalities served by The Hydro-Electric 

Power Commission --------------- 397 

MAP 

Transmission Lines and Stations of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of 

Ontario ---------------At end of volume 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xxvii 

TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT 

OF 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 

of Ontario 



FOREWORD 

and 
Guide to the Report 

THE Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario administers a co- 
operative municipal-ownership enterprise, supplying power throughout 
the Province of Ontario. The Commission was created in 1906 by special act 
of the Legislature and followed investigations by advisory commissions ap- 
pointed as a result of public agitation to prevent monopoly and to provide a 
more satisfactory supply of low cost power in Southern Ontario. In 1907 The 
Power Commission Act (7-Edward VII Ch. 19) was passed amplifying and 
extending the Act of 1906 and this Act— modified by numerous amending acts 
which now form part of the Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1927, Chap. 57— 
constitutes the authority under which' the Commission operates. 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario consists of a Chairman 
and two Commissioners, all of whom are appointed by the Lieutenant- 
Governor-in-Council to hold office during pleasure. One of the Commissioners 
must be a member of the Executive Council and two may be members. 

In 1909, work was commenced on a comprehensive transmission system 
and by the end of 1910 power was being supplied to several municipalities. 

The Commission has now been supplying electrical energy for more than 
twenty-five years and the Report contains diagrams depicting the growth of 
the enterprise. During this period the costs of electricity to the consumer have 
been substantially reduced and the finances of the enterprise have been estab- 
lished on a secure foundation. 

At the end of 1935 the Commission was serving 766 municipalities in 
Ontario. This number included 26 cities, 95 towns, 273 villages and police 
villages and 372 townships. With the exception of 14 suburban sections of 
townships known as "voted areas," the townships and 93 of the smaller villages 
are served as parts of 171 rural power districts. 

Financial Features 

The basic principle governing the financial operations of the undertaking 
is, that electrical service be given by the Commission to the municipalities 
and by the municipalities to the ultimate consumers at cost. Cost includes 
not only all operating and maintenance charges, interest on capital investment 
and reserves for renewals or depreciation and for obsolescence and contin- 
gencies, but also a reserve for sinking fund or capital payments on debentures. 



xxviii TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

The undertaking from its inception has been entirely self-supporting and 
no contributions have been made from general taxes except in connection with 
service in rural power districts. In this case, the Province, in pursuance of its 
long established policy of assisting agriculture and with the approval of the 
urban citizens, assists extension of rural electrical service by a grant-in-aid of 
the capital cost and in other ways as specified and detailed in the Report. 

As the principle of "service at cost" is radically different from that ob- 
taining in private organizations, where profit is the governing feature, it 
naturally results in different and in some ways unique administrative features. 

The undertaking as a whole involves two distinct phases of operations as 
follows: 

The FIRST phase of operations is the provision of the electrical power — ■ 
either by generation or purchase — and its transformation, transmission and 
delivery in wholesale quantities to individual municipal utilities, to large 
industrial consumers, and to rural power districts. This phase of the operations 
is performed by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario as trustee 
for the municipalities acting collectively in groups or "systems," and the 
financial statements relating to these collective activities of the municipalities 
are presented in Section IX of the Report. Each system of municipalities, as 
provided in The Power Commission Act forms an independent financial unit and 
the accounts are therefore segregated and separately presented for each system. 
In order, however, that there may be a comprehensive presentation of the 
co-operative activities of the undertaking as a whole, there are presented, in 
addition, for the four main systems and miscellaneous co-operative activities, 
a balance sheet of assets and liabilities, a summary combined operating and 
income account and a summary combined statement respecting the various 
reserves. 

For the Northern Ontario properties operated by the Commission on 
behalf of the Province there are also presented in Section IX financial state- 
ments including a balance sheet; an operating and income account, and state- 
ments respecting reserves and capital expenditures. 

The SECOND phase of operation is the retail distribution of electrical 
energy to consumers within the limits of the areas served by the various 
municipal utilities and rural power districts. In the case of rural power districts, 
which usually embrace portions of more than one township, The Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission not only provides the power at wholesale, but 
also — on behalf of the respective individual townships — attends to all physical 
and financial operations connected with the distribution of energy at retail 
to the consumers within the rural power districts. The financial statements 
relating to the rural power districts are also presented in Section IX of the 
Report. 

In the case of cities, towns, many villages and certain thickly populated 
areas of townships, retail distribution of electrical energy provided by the 
Commission is in general conducted by individual local municipal utility 
commissions under the general supervision of The Hydro-Electric Power 
Commission of Ontario. The balance sheets, operating reports and statistical 
data relating to the individual urban electrical utilities are presented in Section 
X of the Report. 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xxix 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS RECORD ALL SYSTEMS 



CAPITAL INVESTMENT 



DOLLARS 



400,000.000- 



■■HH H-E. P C. PLANT 

l- : "-.--*.i<-:-M MUNICIPAL PLANT AND OTHER ASSETS 



300,000.000- 



200.000,000- 



400.000,000 



1-300.000.000 



100.000,000- 



J_i 



11 



200.000.000 



100,000,000 



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DOLLARS 
200.000,000- 



RESERVES 



DOLLARS 
200.000,000 



100.000,000 



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xxx TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

Further details respecting administration, and explanations of the financial 
tables presented in the Report are given in the introductions to sections IX 
and X on pages 135 and 267. 

Systems Operating 

From time to time in accordance with provisions in The Power Commission 
Act various groups of municipalities have been co-ordinated to form systems 
for the purpose of obtaining power supplies from convenient sources. In some 
cases these small systems grew until their transmission lines interlocked with 
those of adjacent systems and it proved beneficial to consolidate the trans- 
mission networks and the financial and administrative features. In the well 
settled parts of the Province, known as Old Ontario, this process has now 
reached a more stable condition and the municipalities of the southern part 
of the Province are now combined in three systems: the Niagara system, the 
Georgian Bay system and the Eastern Ontario system. One other system of 
partnership municipalities is known as the Thunder Bay system. 

The Niagara System is the largest and most important system. It embraces 
municipalities in all the territory between Niagara Falls, Hamilton and Toronto 
on the east and Windsor, Sarnia and Goderich on the west. It is served with 
electrical energy generated at plants on the Niagara river, supplemented with 
power transmitted from generating plants on the Ottawa river and with 
power purchased from Quebec companies. 

The Georgian Bay System comprises municipalities in that part of the 
Province which surrounds the southern end of Georgian bay and lies to the 
north of the territory served by the Niagara system. It includes the districts 
surrounding lake Simcoe and extends as far north as Huntsville in the Lake 
of Bays district and south to Port Perry. Its power supplies are derived chiefly 
from local water power developments. 

The Eastern Ontario System serves all of Ontario east of the areas comprising 
the Georgian Bay and the Niagara systems. It includes the districts of Central 
Ontario, St. Lawrence, Rideau, Ottawa and Madawaska; formerly separate 
systems. Its power supplies are from local developments supplemented by 
purchases from other sources. 

The Thunder Bay System comprises the cities of Port Arthur and Fort 
William, adjacent rural sections and the village of Nipigon. Two developments 
on the Nipigon river supply power. 

A small rural district known as Manitoulin Rural Power District on 
Manitoulin island in the northern area of lake Huron is served by the Com- 
mission as an independent unit. 

Northern Ontario Properties. In addition to its operations on behalf of the 
partner municipalities, the Commission, under an agreement with the Province, 
holds and operates the Northern Ontario Properties in trust for the Province. 
For the purposes of financial administration these properties are treated as one 
unit. The Northern Ontario Properties lie in the portion of the Province north 
of Lake Nipissing and French River areas, exclusive of the territory served 
by the Thunder Bay system. The principal areas in this vast territory at 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



XXXI 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS RECORD NIAGARA SYSTEM 



horsepower DEVELOPED AND PURCHASED POWER RESOURCES horsepower 

25 CYCLES 



1.600.000- 



1,400.000- 



1.200.000- 



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1.000,000 



800,000- 



600.000- 



400.000- 



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200,000- 



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1,600,000 



1,400.000 



1,200.000 



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800,000 



600.000 



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HORSEPOWER 
1.400.000 — 



PRIMARY AND SECONDARY LOADS 
25 CYCLES 



HORSEPOWER 
—1,400.000 



1.200.000- 



1.200.000 



PRIMARY LOAD 



t™»w-"i SECONDARY LOAD 



1,000,000- 



800,000- 



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400.000- 



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NOTE: Diagram depicts conditions for December, which correspond closely to winter peak conditions 



xxxii TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

present receiving service are the Nipissing District centering around the city 
of North Bay on the shore of lake Nipissing; the Sudbury District comprising the 
city of Sudbury and the adjacent mining area known as Sudbury Basin; the 
Abitibi District comprising the territory served by 25-cycle power from the 
Abitibi Canyon development; the Espanola District in the southern portion of 
the district of Sudbury serving mining properties with 60-cycle power; the 
Patricia District comprising the territory within transmission distance of the 
Ear Falls development at the outlet of Lac Seul on the English river including 
the Red Lake mining area, and St. Joseph District comprising the territory imme- 
diately north of lake St. Joseph in the territorial district of Patricia served 
with power from a development at Rat Rapids on the Albany river. 

The geographic boundaries of the various systems are shown on the map 
of transmission lines and stations at the back of the Report. 

The power supplies for the systems and Northern Ontario districts are 
listed in the first table of Section II of the Report on pages 8 and 9. 



The Annual Report 

The table of contents, pages xxiii and xxiv lists the matters dealt with in the 
Report. At the end of the Report there is a comprehensive index. To those 
not conversant with the Commission's Reports, the following notes will be 
useful. 

In Section II, pages 6 to 57 dealing with the operations of the systems 
are a number of diagrams showing graphically the monthly loads on the 
several systems and districts. Tables are also presented showing the amounts 
of power taken by the various municipalities in October during the past 
three years. 

The rural distribution work of the Commission has proved of widespread 
interest and special reference to this is made in Section III on pages 65 to 86. 

In Sections IV, V and VI will be found information respecting progress 
of work on new power developments and on transmission system extensions, 
together with photographic illustrations. 

About one-half of the Report is devoted to financial and other statistical 
data which are presented in two sections IX and X already referred to above. 

Frequent enquiries for the rates for service to consumers are received by 
the Commission. For the urban municipalities served by the Commission these 
are given in statement "E" starting on page 414. For the rural power districts 
they are given in a table starting on page 80. Certain statistical data resulting 
from the application of the rates in urban utilities are given in statement "D" 
starting on page 396. This statement is prefaced by a special introduction. 

In its Annual Reports the Commission aims to present a comprehensive 
statement respecting the activities of the whole undertaking under its adminis- 
tration. Explanatory statements are suitably placed throughout the Report. 
The Commission receives many letters asking for general information respecting 
its activities, as well as requests for specific information concerning certain 
phases of its operations. In most cases these enquiries can satisfactorily be 
answered by simply directing attention to information presented in the Annual 
Report. 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



SECTION I 



LEGAL 

AT the 1935 Session of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Ontario 
two Acts respecting The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 
were passed. These are reproduced in full in Appendix I of this Report. The 
short titles to the said Acts are as follows: 

The Power Commission Act, 1935, Chapter 53. 

The Power Commission Amendment Act, 1935, Chapter 54. 

The agreements between The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of 
Ontario and the municipalities and corporations mentioned in the list hereunder 
given were approved by Order-in-Council, dated the 21st day of November, 
1935. 

Villages 

Streetsville December, 3, 1934 

Townships 

Ameliasburg June 12, 1935 

Anson and Hindon September 27, 1935 

East Hawkesbury June 11, 1934 

East Zorra September 17, 1934 

Minden October 1, 1935 

Ross August 3, 1935 

Scott '. October 5, 1935 

Sophiasburg April 25, 1935 

Storrington November 12, 1934 

Westmeath June 15, 1935 

Corporations 

Burlington Steel Co., Ltd November 28, 1934 

Hollinger Consolidated Gold Mines, Limited October 23, 1934 

Lionite Abrasives Limited May 1, 1935 

Norton Company August 31, 1935 

RIGHT-OF-WAY AND PROPERTIES 

The Commission as trustee for the co-operating municipalities of the 
several systems, and as trustee for the Provincial Government in Northern 
Ontario has vested in it, or controls through ownership of subsidiary companies, 
a large amount of real estate throughout the Province. This real estate comprises 

t— HE. 



2 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

power sites, storage basins, land held to avoid consequential damages, right- 
of-way and lands occupied by generating stations, transformer and distributing 
stations, and administration buildings. In respect to the 5,600 miles of high- 
voltage transmission lines, and the 10,000 miles of distribution lines in rural 
power districts, the Commission's right varies from direct ownership to rights 
held through easements, and leases for occupation with the right to overhang 
or tree trim thereon. 

The Commission, where vested in the fee, endeavours to obtain from the 
lands under its jurisdiction the maximum revenue consistent with its own use. 
Lands which have come into the Commission's possession, and which are not 
immediately required for its purposes are, where possible, leased until the 
need arises for their use, and an endeavour is made to dispose of all lands not 
required. 

The acquirement and administration of land owned, leased or controlled 
involves surveys, investigation of title, registrations, record, assessment and 
taxes. 

In connection with the transmission and distribution networks throughout 
the Province, it is frequently necessary to obtain the approval of such con- 
trolling bodies as the Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada, Ontario 
Municipal Board, Department of Railways and Canals, Department of Public 
Works, Department of Indian Affairs, Department of Crown Lands, or other 
corporate body having jurisdiction over the lands involved. 

The Year's Operations 

During the year, agreements were made covering 250 crossings and leases, 
428 easements for transmission line right-of-way, and 171 tree trimming rights 
upon the lines hereinafter noted. In a few cases where a satisfactory settlement 
could not be effected by negotiation, the value and the rights involved were 
referred to the valuator, appointed under The Power Commission Act. In one 
case only was the award so made the subject of an appeal to the Ontario Muni- 
cipal Board whose award closely corresponded to that of the valuator. 

Purchase of Sites 

Sites were purchased for Port Perry rural station in the Georgian Bay 
system, and for Ramore transformer station and an operator's residence at 
Timmins in the Abitibi District of the Northern Ontario properties. Negotia- 
tions were also carried on for the purchase of transformer station sites at 
Timmins and Kirkland Lake in the same district. 

Railway Right-of-way — Sales of, and Easements 

Due to the Windsor, Essex and Lake Shore Railway ceasing operation, 
and its control passing to the Guaranty Trust Company, trustees for the 
bondholders, an agreement was negotiated with the Trust Company for an 
easement for the transmission line on railway right-of-way between Essex 
transformer station and Essex distributing station. 

An agreement with the Canadian National Railways for the purchase 
of the Toronto Suburban right-of-way and transmission line between Lambton 
and Georgetown was completed. Subject to the right of the Commission to 
maintain transmission lines thereon, the right-of-way is being resold where 
possible. 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 3 

The portion of the right-of-way of the Metropolitan Division of the former 
Toronto and York Radial Railway between Newmarket and Keswick, which 
was acquired by the Commission from the City of Toronto for a transmission 
line, was resold to adjoining owners, subject to a reservation with respect to 
the transmission lines. 

Plans and descriptions of lands owned by subsidiary companies of the 
Dominion Power and Transmission Company were prepared, and approxi- 
mately 95 per cent of transfers were effected by deed to the Commission. 
Subject to a reservation of rights with respect to transmission lines occupying 
certain sections, a considerable portion of the right-of-way of the former 
Hamilton, Grimsby and Beamsville Electric Railway was sold to the Depart- 
ment of Public Highways, and the right-of-way of the Brantford and Hamilton 
Electric Railway from Ancaster to Brantford to adjoining owners. 

Lines in Rural Power Districts 

Where possible, rural power lines are constructed on public highways or 
roads. In a few cases in order to avoid cutting trees, or owing to special local 
conditions, lines have been placed on private property. Frequently highway 
construction and improvement make it necessary to relocate existing pole 
lines. Wood-pole lines and extensions, involving easements, leases, etc., were 
constructed in the following rural power districts during 1935: 

Niagara System 

Amherstburg, Barton, Beamsville, Brant, Caledonia, Chatham, Delaware, 
Dundas, Elora, Essex, Goderich, Grantham, Guelph, Markham, Merlin, 
Niagara, Palmerston, Preston, Saltfleet, Sandwich, Scarboro, Simcoe, Stam- 
ford, Streetsville, St. Thomas, Tavistock, Tillsonburg, Wallaceburg, 
Walsingham, Waterdown, Welland, Woodbridge. 

Georgian Bay System 

Bala, Barrie, Beaumaris, Beaverton, Georgina, Hawkestone, Huntsville, 
Innisfil, Midland, Port Perry, Sparrow Lake, Utterson, Uxbridge. 

Eastern Ontario System 

Alexandria, Belleville, Bowmanville, Brighton, Brockville, Cobourg, 
Colborne, Fenelon Falls, Kingston, Martintown, Maxville, Napanee, Nepean, 
Newcastle, Oshawa, Peterboro, Renfrew, Smiths Falls, Trenton, Warkworth, 
Wellington, Williamsburg. 

Thunder Bay System 

Port Arthur. 

High- and Low-Voltage Transmission Lines 

Right-of-way easements, leases, tree trimming and crossing rights were 
negotiated in connection with the following lines: 

Niagara System 

DeCew Falls generating station to Niagara Falls (Canadian Niagara Power), D.P. 1x4. 
DeCew Falls generating station to Bartonville switching station, D.P. 1x70. 
Smithville distributing station to Stoney Creek junction, D.P. 7x58. 
Burlington distributing station to National Fireproofing junction, D.P. 13x1362. 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

Bartonville switching station to Ancaster distributing station, D.P. 70x24. 

National Fireproofing junction to Notre Dame Academy, D.P. 1362x3. 

Burlington Beach Commission, D.P. 2005. 

Lincoln Electric Company, D.P. 3601. 

Niagara transformer station to Toronto Power transformer station, N. 1x42. 

Niagara transformer station to Allenburg junction, N. 1x54. 

Dundas transformer station to Guelph transformer station, N. 2x5. 

Dundas transformer station to Brant transformer station, N. 2x12. 

London transformer station to Glendale junction, N. 4x465. 

Guelph transformer station to Preston transformer station, N. 5x6. 

Kitchener transformer station to Erbs junction, N. 7x86. 

St. Marys transformer station to London transformer station, N. 9x4. 

St. Thomas transformer station to Kent transformer station, N. 11x14. 

St. Thomas transformer station to St. Clair transformer station, N. 11x18. 

Cooksville transformer station to York transformer station, N. 13x16. 

Cooksville transformer station to Cooksville Shale junction, N. 13x1363. 

York transformer station to Strachan transformer station, N. 16x3. 

Hamilton Beach transformer station to Hamilton Stirton transformer station, N. 17x48. 

Ontario Power transformer station to Ontario Paper junction, N. 19x182. 

Bridgman Davenport transformer station to Leaside transformer station, N. 31x34. 

Wiltshire transformer station to Humber junction, N. 32x1660. 

Toronto Power transformer station to Ontario Power transformer station, N. 42x19. 

Thorold transformer station to Interlake Tissues junction, N. 44x4470. 

Queenston Forebay towers to Holland Road junction, N. 50x89. 

Holland Road junction to Pelham junction, N. 89x55. 

Saltfleet junction to Hamilton Beach transformer station, N. 53x17. 

Allanburg junction to Dundas transformer station, N. 54x2. 

Fonthill junction to Pelham junction, N. 56x55. 

Burlington junction to Islington junction, N. 59x66. 

Halton junction to Cooksville transformer station, N. 60x13. 

Islington junction to Wiltshire junction, N. 66x82. 

Wiltshire junction to Bridgman Davenport transformer station, N. 82x31. 

Erbs junction to Stratford transformer station, N. 86x8. 

Wabash junction to Thorold transformer station, N. 95x44. 

Port Robinson junction to Beaver Wood Fibre junction, N. 163x62. 

Sharon distributing station to Keswick junction, N. 360x79. 

St. Andrews junction to Pottageville distributing station, N. 376x93. 

Delaware junction to Mount Brydges junction, N. 462x64. 

Mount Brydges junction to Strathroy, N. 464x5. 

Glendale junction to Delaware junction, N. 465x62. 

Elginfield junction to Ailsa Craig distributing station, N. 472x42. 

Cheltenham junction to Georgetown distributing station, N. 568x39. 

Baden distributing station to Wellesley, N. 735x6. 

Paris to Ayr junction, N. 1208x70. 

Burford distributing station to Canadian Aggregates, N. 1234x27. 

Lake Erie and Northern Railway junction to Brantford, N. 1262x1. 

Lake Erie and Northern Railway (Simcoe) junction to St. Williams distributing station, 

N. 1267x53. 
Port Credit junction to Port Credit distributing station, N. 1362x31. 
Cooksville Shale junction to Britannia junction, N. 1363x68. 
Streetsville junction to Milton, N. 1369x8. 
Hurontario junction to Port Credit junction, N. 1375x62. 
Prince Albert junction to Como junction, N. 1468x69. 
Como junction to Dominion Sugar Company junction, N. 1469x83. 
Fletcher junction to Tilbury distributing station, N. 1485x32. 
Sandwich junction to Sandwich distributing station, N. 1569x39. 
Amherstburg junction to Amherstburg distributing station, N. 1572x42. 
Toronto Transportation Commission to Rifle Ranges junction, N. 1619x78. 
Long Branch junction to Toronto Transportation Commission, N. 1672x19. 
Albion Park junction to Albion Park distributing station, N. 1677x47. 
Rifle Range junction to Port Credit junction, N. 1678x1362. 
Forest junction to Petrolia distributing station, N. 1875x43. 
Wanstead junction to Forest distributing station, N. 1876x45. 
Federal junction to Ottawa switching station, N.A. 59x9. 



Georgian Bay System 

Erbs junction to Hanover frequency-changer station, G. 86x36. 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 

Eastern Ontario System 

Sidney transformer station to Trenton Air Station, C. 3x303. 

Frankford generating station to Sidney transformer station, C. 5x3. 

Heeley Falls generating station to Ontario Rock Company, C. 14x1401. 

Auburn generating station to Lakefield distributing station, C. 18x1832. 

Norwood distributing station to Hastings, C. 31x3103. 

Newcomb junction to Welcome junction, C. 63x65. 

Port Hope switching station to Newcastle distributing station, C. 66x22. 

Belleville switching station to Belleville distributing station, C. 88x38. 

Perth Road junction to Kingston switching station, C. 95x94. 

Merrickville generating station to Grenville Crushed Rock Company, H. 7x10. 

Grenville Crushed Rock Company to Kemptville distributing station, H. 10x9. 

Williamsburg distributing station to Winchester distributing station, L. 7x4. 

Eugene Phillips junction to Brockville distributing station, L. 72x3. 

Lower Lakes Terminal junction to Prescott distributing station, L. 74x2. 

Cornwall transformer station to Howard Smith Cornwall transformer station, Q. 6x7. 

Carleton Place distributing station to Carleton Place junction, Q. 9x55. 

Boundary junction to Ottawa junction, Q. 50x51. 

Ottawa junction to Cornwall transformer station, Q. 51x6. 

Ottawa junction to Smiths Falls transformer station, Q. 51x2. 

Carleton Place junction to Smiths Falls junction, Q. 55x63. 

Galetta junction to Pakenham junction, Q. 60x61. 

Pakenham junction to Carleton Place distributing station, Q. 61x9. 

Smiths Falls junction to Smiths Falls transformer station, Q. 63x2. 

Arnprior junction to Galetta junction, Q. 67x60. 

Renfrew distributing station to Cobden distributing station, Q.M. 16x1633. 

Thunder Bay System 

Cameron Falls generating station to Alexander junction, P. 1x54. 

Cameron Falls transformer station to Northern Empire Mines, P. 12x13. 

Sprucewood junction to Dorion junction, P. 50x55. 

Alexander junction to Reserve junction, P. 54x57. 

Dorion junction to Port Arthur transformer station, P. 55x2. 

Reserve junction to Sprucewood junction, P. 57x50. 

William Street junction to Great Lakes Pulp & Paper Co., P. 59x8. 

Northern Ontario Properties 
Nipissing District 

Nipissing generating station to Nipissing village, Z. 1x101. 

Sudbury District 

Stobie junction to Treadwell Yukon, F.S. 55x102. 

Abitibi District 

Kirkland Lake transformer station to Matachewan transformer station, F.A. 16x17. 

Kirkland Lake transformer station to Larder Lake transformer station, F.A. 16x21. 

Ramore transformer station to Hollinger Consolidated Gold Mines, F.A. 18x1801. 

Ramore transformer station to Vimy Gold Mines, F.A. 18x1802. 

Timmins transformer station to Copper Cliff transformer station, F.A. 19x10. 

Timmins transformer station to Central Porcupine Mines, F.A. 19x1901. 

Timmins transformer station to Pamour Porcupine Mines, F.A. 19x1902. 

Timmins transformer station to Paymaster Consolidated Mines, F.A. 19x1903. 

Hunta junction to Timmins transformer station, F.A. 50x19. 

Iroquois Falls junction to Kirkland Lake transformer station, F.A. 65x16. 

Blezard Valley junction to Falconbridge transformer station, F.A. 70x20. 

St. Joseph District 

Rat Rapids development to Central Patricia Gold Mines, F.J. 1x2. 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 



SECTION II 



OPERATION OF THE SYSTEMS 

Operating Conditions 

Rainfall during the past year was somewhat above normal in the districts 
drained by the rivers on which the Commission's generating stations are 
situated. The seasonal distribution of the rainfall was also favourable. These 
factors and a careful control of storage water, provided satisfactory stream 
flow at practically all plants. The plants on the Niagara river are to a large 
extent independent of variations in precipitation, their water diversion being 
limited by international treaty. Water supply to Queenston generating station 
is, however, affected by low levels in lake Erie. During the past year the lake 
was unusually low, reducing the water supply and the operating capacity of 
the station. 

Severe wind-storms caused some damage to lines near Niagara Falls, 
Sarnia and Cornwall, but in general lines suffered little from either wind or 
sleet. 

Equipment in the generating, transformer and distributing stations 
functioned satisfactorily. Except for minor failures of insulation under stresses 
set up by lightning and surges, no damage to equipment occurred. 

Systematic inspection of apparatus and lines was continued, and adjust- 
ments and repairs made. All equipment was maintained in condition for 
reliable service, and for efficient operation under increasing load. 

On October 21, the Commission ceased to take power from the Ottawa 
Valley Power Company at Chats Falls and on October 21, and 22, the takings 
from the Beauharnois Power Company and MacLaren Quebec Power Company 
were discontinued. This involved an increase in the delivery of power from 
Niagara Falls to Toronto and Hamilton and a re-arrangement of existing lines 
in the vicinity of Niagara Falls and Dundas, and of the system protective 
relays. 

Load Conditions 

It is the total load, regardless of the purpose for which parts of it may 
be used, that governs operation and determines what apparatus can be re- 
leased from service for inspection and repair. From an operating standpoint 
the total load carried by a station or line is of first importance. However, 
when load is being considered from a revenue viewpoint or as an index of 
general business conditions, it is important to distinguish between primary 
load, which is used for general industrial, commercial, residential and rural 
purposes at normal rates, and secondary load, which is used for special purposes 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



HORSEPOWER 



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PRIMARY AND TOTAL 


THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 


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JAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APn 
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JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 

FEB 
MAR 
APR 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 
JAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APR 

JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 
JAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APR 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 
JAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APR 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 



HORSEPOWER 



1.800.000 



1.600.000 



1.400.000 



1,200.000 



1.000,000 



800,000 



600,000 



400.000 



200.000 



at low rates, and is subject to wide fluctuations in amount. Throughout this 
operating section figures are given for both the total load and the primary load, 
and care should be exercised to insure that the proper figure is taken according 
to the purpose for which it is to be used. 

Total Load 

The total load on all systems, as shown by the customary table of power 
generated and purchased given herein, amounted to 6,919,000,000 kilowatt- 
hours. This is an increase over last year of about 499,000,000 kilowatt-hours, 
or 7.8 per cent, and an increase over 1930, the highest pre-depression year, of 
1,805,000,000 kilowatt-hours or 35 per cent. 

The yearly peak load, i.e., the sum of the peak loads of all systems, was 
1,728,000 horsepower, an increase of 8 per cent over 1934, and approximately 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



TOTAL POWER GENERATED 
HYDROELECTRIC GENERATING PLANTS 





Maximum 


Peak load 


Total output 




normal 


during fiscal year 


during fiscal year 


Generating plants 


plant 




















capacity 


1933-34 


1934-35 


1933-34 


1934-35 




Oct. 31, 1935 


horse- 


horse- 


kilowatt- 


kilowatt 




horsepower 


power 


power 


hours 


hours 


Niagara system 












Queenston-Chippawa — Niagara river.. 


500,000 


455,764 


461,126 


2,028,891,000 


1,974,047,000 


"Ontario Power" — Niagara river 


180,000 


164,879 


174,933 


549,339,000 


758,356,000 


"Toronto Power" — Niagara river 


150,000 


136,729 


136,729 


245,698,000 


101,713,000 


Chats Falls (Ontario half)— Ottawa 












river 


96,000 


97,185 


96,515 


222,959,000 


298,333,450 


DeCew Falls — Welland canal 


50,000 


47,450 


45,845 


120,348,300 


118,476,000 


Steam Plant — Hamilton 


24,000 


3,753 




—1,869,200 


—3,071,700 


Georgian Bay system 












South Falls — South Muskoka river... 


5,600 


5,866 


5,630 


20,391,840 


25,496,160 


Hanna Chute — South Muskoka river. 


1,600 


1,743 


1,609 


5,690,400 


7,250,400 


Trethewey Falls — South Muskokariver 


2,300 


2,145 


2,145 


8,258,400 


9,756,000 


Bala No. 1 and 2 — Muskoka river 


600 


576 


597 


2,772,888 


2,340,760 


Big Chute — Severn river 


5,800 


5,791 


5,737 


19,740,840 


21,468,960 


Wasdells Falls — Severn river 


1,200 


1,139 


1,099 


3,599,520 


3,684,900 


Eugenia Falls — Beaver river 


7,800 


7,748 


7,399 


13,593,600 


9,640,800 


Hanover — Saugeen river 


400 


389 


429 


506,736 


804,960 


Walkerton — Saugeen river 


500 


476 


476 


1,900,800 


1,862,200 


Southampton— Saugeen river 


300 














Eastern Ontario system 












Sidney— Dam No. 2 — Trent river 


4,500 


4,960 


4,960 


14,500,900 


19,919,100 


Frankford-Dam No. 5 — Trent river ... 


3,500 


3,753 


3,780 


6,250,300 


11,252,150 


Meyersburg-Dam No. 8 — Trent river 


7,000 


7,828 


7,936 


22,117,420 


31,736,760 


Hague's Reach-DamNo. 9 — Trentriver 


4,500 


5,295 


4,893 


12,502,030 


20,008,740 


Ranney Falls-Dam No. 10 — Trentriver 


10,500 


10,858 


11,260 


30,101,880 


45,255,960 


Seymour-Dam No. 11 — Trent river 


4,200 


4,759 


4,424 


14,696,160 


17,916,720 


Heely Falls-Dam No. 14 — Trent river 


15,300 


16,086 


16,220 


36,489,320 


49,968,200 


Auburn-Dam No. 18 — Otonobee river 


2,400 


2,480 


2,587 


9,558,790 


11,100,090 


Fenelon Falls-Dam 30 — Sturgeon river 


1,000 


1,046 


938 


1,176,550 


1,845,800 


High Falls — Mississippi river 


3,000 


3,264 


3,318 


7,325,640 


6,359,520 


Carleton Place — Mississippi river 


400 


228 


469 


840 


80,208 


Calabogie — Madawaska river 


5,400 


1,729 


5,362 


5,048,472 


5,835,829 


Galetta — Mississippi river 


1,100 


690 


965 


8,800 


102,900 


Thunder Bay system 












Cameron Falls — Nipigon river 


73,500 
50,000 


73,100 
53,300 


73,994 
52,547 


269,658,000 
221,205,600 


300,348,000 


Alexander — Nipigon river 


239,030,400 


Northern Ontario properties 












Nipissing district 












Nipissing — South river 


2,100 


2,279 


2,205 


6,392,080 


5,550,880 


Bingham Chute — South river 


1,200 


1,314 


1,314 


2,770,240 


3,286,400 


Elliott Chute— South river 


1,700 


1,944 


1,903 


2,916,200 


3,826,400 


Sudbury district 




Coniston — Wanapitei river 


5,900 


5,429 


5,496 


20,942,088 


22,570,176 


M c Vittie — Wanapitei river 


2,900 


2,882 


2,815 


17,013,624 


16,508,784 


Stinson — Wanapitei river 


7,500 


6,166 


6,836 


21,851,040 


20,645,448 


Patricia district 












Ear Falls — English river 


4,000 


2,828 


3,512 


14,160,500 


16,032,000 


Abitibi district 












Abitibi Canyon — Abitibi river 


110,000 


67,024 


103,485 


236,413,950 


378,646,450 


St. Joseph district 












Rat Rapids — Albany river 


1,000 




1,314 




3,085,560 










Total generated 


1,348,700 


* 


* 


4,214,921,548 


4,561,071,365 



*Because the peak loads on the various generating plants and purchased power sources usually 
occur at different times, the sum of the individual peak loads would not represent the sum of the peak 
loads on the systems. These, in the case of each system must relate to the maximum load occurring at 
any one time. Consequently, the column headed "Peak load" is not totalled. 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



AND PURCHASED— ALL SYSTEMS 

POWER PURCHASED 





Contract 

amount 

horsepower 

Oct. 31, 1935 


Total purchased 


Power source 


1933-34 

kilowatt-hours 


1934-35 

kilowatt-hours 


Canadian Niagara Power Co. — 25-cycle 

Gatineau Power Co. — 25-cycle 


20,000 
260,000 

96,000 
129,000 

40,000 


95,665,400 

1,171,560,825* 

222,959,000 

355,120,000 

106,036,000 

10,037,000 
46,400 


77,834,300 
1,183,389,342* 


Ottawa Valley Power Co. 


298,333,450 


Beauharnois Light, Heat & Power Co. 


409,220,000 


MacLaren Quebec Power Co. 


128,657,000 


Canadian Niagara Power Co. — For D.P. & T. 
66-cycle system^f 





Welland Ship Canalf 







Campbellford Water & Light Commission 

Cedars Rapids Power Co.§ 









23,157,000 

980,800 

2,740,700 

64,078,200 

152,113,942** 

—247,600 

168,900 

645,023 

15,725 

No record 







M. F. Beach Estate 


500 

487 

20,000 

42,000 


1,049,200 


Rideau Power Co 


2,760,700 


Ottawa & Hull Power & Mfg. Co. 


63,033,400 


Gatineau Power Co. — 60-cycle 


190,684,458** 


Orillia Water, Light & Power Commission t 





Manitoulin Pulp Co 


150 
547 


222,300 


Abitibi Power & Paper Co. — Espanola 

Abitibi Power & Paper Co. — Sturgeon Falls f 


2,711,580 



Northern Ontario Power Cof 







Huronian Co. 


300 


No record 






Total purchased 


608,984 


2,205,077,315 


2,357,895,730 



Power purchased, contract amount, 1935 
Maximum normal plant capacity, 1935 ... 



608,984 
1,348,700 



horsepower 



Total available capacity generated and purchased, 1935 1,957,684 

Total available capacity generated and purchased, 1934 1,956,337 



Difference (increase) 1,347 

Total energy purchased, 1935 2,357,895,730 kilowatt-hours 

Total energy generated, 1935 4,561,071,365 



Total energy generated and purchased, 1935 6,918,967,095 

Total energy generated and purchased, 1934 6,419,998,863 



Difference (increase) 498,968,232 



includes 335,820,000 kilowatt-hours resold to the Gatineau Power Co. in 1934-35 
and 475,519,867 kilowatt-hours in 1933-34. 

* includes kilowatt-hours resold to the Gatineau Power Co. in 1934-35, and 40,916,300 
kilowatt-hours in 1933-34. 

fEmergency use. 

^Reciprocal arrangement for surplus power. 

§Power contract with the Cedars Rapids Power Co. cancelled as of December 31, 1933, 
but was extended by agreement as a temporary supply on a month-to-month basis until 
July 31, 1934. 

^jPower contract expired December 31, 1933. 
CAUTION: The figures for "Maximum normal plant capacity" reflect the capacity of 
the various plants under the most favourable operating conditions which can reasonably be 
considered as normal, taking into consideration turbine capacity as well as generator capacity, 
and also the net operating head and available water supply. 

Owing, among other things, to changes in generating equipment due to wear and tear or 
the replacement of parts, also to changes in limitations governing water levels and effective 
net heads, the maximum normal plant capacity is not a fixed quantity but is one which must 
be revised from time to time. 

It is particularly important to bear in mind that the column headed "Maximum normal 
plant capacity" cannot be taken as an indication of the dependable capacity of the various 
plants; in some cases, it is, but in many cases it is not. Chief among the factors which govern 
the maximum dependable capacity of a hydraulic power plant and which are not reflected in 
column headed "Maximum normal plant capacity" are abnormal variations in water supply 
and operating limitations encountered when plants are so situated on a given stream as to be 
affected by one another. 



10 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

36 per cent over the highest pre-depression peak. A load graph is given herein 
showing the peak loads of all systems combined, and covering the period 
1930-1935. By reference to this graph it will be observed that the total load 
carried by the Commission's lines and plants in 1934 and 1935 was greater than 
in any previous year. 

It should be noted, however, that 28 per cent of the average load in 1935 
was made up of large blocks of secondary power. 

Primary Load 

The primary load on all systems, which has the greatest significance in 
relation to revenue and general industrial conditions, amounted to approxi- 
mately 4,972,000,000 kilowatt-hours, an increase of about 343,000,000 kilo- 
watt-hours or 7.4 per cent over the previous year. The peak load (i.e., the 
sum of all system peak loads) amounted to 1,224,000 horsepower, an increase 
of 55,000 horsepower or 4.7 per cent. 

On the graph showing the peak loads for all systems combined, the lower 
line shows the peaks of the primary load, month by month. A similar graph 
appeared in last year's Report covering the years 1930 to 1934 inclusive. The 
effect of the general business depression on the primary load during 1930-31-32 
and the beginning of 1933 is quite apparent, but the upward trend since the 
spring of 1933 is equally apparent. It will be noted that, allowing for the usual 
seasonal variations in load, the gain has been fairly constant, and still continues. 
The primary load for all systems combined at the end of 1935 regained all the 
losses sustained during the earlier years of the depression, and exceeds the 
highest primary load ever previously carried. 

In interpreting the decreases and increases in load shown by the graph 
during the period 1930-35, allowance should be made for the inclusion, in 1931, 
of the Dominion Power division as part of the Niagara system, and for the 
extension of lines into new territory in Northern Ontario. In other words, 
not all of the increase in load shown on the graph can be ascribed to improved 
business conditions. 

That the gain in primary load has not been uniform on all systems, is 
shown by the following table. The figures are based upon the increase in the 
average primary load of each system as compared with the load of the previous 
fiscal year. 

Niagara system 5.0 per cent 

Eastern Ontario system 6.7 " 

Georgian Bay system 4.1 " 

Thunder Bay system 16.2 " 

Manitoulin district 31.6 " 

Northern Ontario properties — 

Abitibi district 68.3 " 

Nipissing district 4.7 " 

Sudbury district (-0.1) " 

Espanola district 320.0 " 

Patricia district 13.2 " 

All systems and districts combined 7.4 " 

In most districts in Northern Ontario the large increases are due to 
expansion of territory and new load, but in the Abitibi district the greater 
part is due to increases in the loads of customers previously served. Although 
Espanola and Manitoulin districts show large percentage increases, their actual 
load is small. The increase of 16 per cent on the Thunder Bay system is partly 
due to the steady operation in 1935 of paper mills which were only operated 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



11 



part of the time or closed down entirely in 1934. In the case of the Niagara, 
Georgian Bay and Eastern Ontario systems the gains may be taken as indi- 
cating improved business conditions since there has been relatively little 
expansion. 

For a more detailed study of load conditions on each system, the load 
graphs given in this section should be consulted. These graphs show both the 
primary and total load for each system month by month from its inception. 




PRUNING CLOSELY-PLANTED TREES 

Satisfactory line clearance obtained without mutilation. While the hedge-like appearance of these 

trees gives an artificial effect, it is the bast obtainable under the conditions 



Forestry Division 

The activities of the Forestry division during the past year were confined 
principally to maintenance operations to provide clearance for transmission 
and distribution lines, preservation of trees on station grounds and reforesta- 
tion of non-revenue producing lands in the Niagara, Georgian Bay and Eastern 
Ontario systems. Some work was done on new line construction on provincial 
highways in the Eastern Ontario system. Details and costs are given below. 

Transmission Line-Clearing Operations 

The year's operations involved 56,665 trees and 486 pole spans of under- 
brushing, spread over approximately 2,800 miles of power transmission and 
telephone line. The cost, including all expenditures for labour, material, truck 
expense and Forestry overhead applicable to the Commission's line-clearing 
operations, was $56,664.00. 



Description of work 


Miles of 

line 
cleared 


Volume 

of work 

performed 


Total 
cost 


Average 
cost 


Underbrushing 


19 
2,826 


486 pole spans 
5,409 trees 

51,256 trees 


$ 
2,361 
9,166 

45,136 


$ c. 

4 . 86 per span 


Tree removals 


1 . 69 per tree 


Line clearance, pruning and 
cabling 


0.88 " " 







12 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 




TREE MUTILATION 

The absence of a power line paralleling these trees is evidence that the mutilation 

of trees cannot always be attributed to pruning for line clearance 



Forestry operations have been performed in accordance with the modified 
pruning program adopted a year ago, and include a systematic examination 
of all trees along the lines to discover and remove those that are diseased or 
a menace to life, property and service. The work consists primarily of pruning 
for the required clearance, a reasonable amount of shaping to improve aesthetic 
conditions along highways, and cabling trees with structurally weak or splitting 
crotches. 

A comparison of the work performed this year with last year shows a 
substantial increase in miles of line cleared and a slight reduction in the number 
of trees which required treatment. This is largely due to the elimination of 
many of the diseased and dangerous trees, and partly to the natural result 
of scientific pruning which controls the growth of trees. The reduction in the 
volume of work required to obtain satisfactory clearance is reflected in the 
cost of this year's pruning and tree removal operations, which show further 
economies in the average cost per tree as compared with last year. 



Maintenance of Trees on Station Grounds 

The treatment of trees on station grounds comprised various kinds of 
work, such as pruning to remove dead wood or interfering branches, cabling 
structurally weak and splitting crotches, diagnosis and removal of girdling 
roots that form a pressure on the major roots and retard circulation, tree 
surgery to remove decay, fungi, and bacteria, the installation of sectional 
concrete fillings, and spraying to control scale and leaf-eating insects. This 
class of work was carried out on the Administrative Office grounds, Queenston 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



13 




TREE PRESERVATION 

Example of tree surgery to preserve a prominent tree on the grounds of 

one of the Commission's stations 

generating station grounds and high-tension station grounds at Strachan 
Avenue, Bridgman, Leaside, Preston, Kitchener, Cooksville, Essex, York and 
Ontario Power at Niagara Falls. 

Reforestation 

Reforestation operations comprised the planting of approximately 73,000 
coniferous and deciduous trees on vacant lands owned by the Commission at 
Eugenia generating station on the Georgian Bay system, Queenston-Chippawa 
canal on the Niagara system and at Sidney generating station, Trenton, on 
the Eastern Ontario system, the latter being a new undertaking this year. 
Details pertaining to the cost, number and species of trees planted are given 
in the following tabulation. 



14 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



TREES PLANTED IN REFORESTATION OPERATIONS 





Queenston-Chippawa 
canal 


Eugenia 
generating station 


Sidney- 
generating station 


Species 


Trees 
planted 


Total 
cost 


Trees 
planted 


Total 

cost 


Trees 
planted 


Total 
cost 


Mugho Pine 


50 
45 




200 




100 
100 
500 




Red Cedar 








White Cedar 




200 






Ground Juniper 


48 
400 
257 

50 








Scotch Pine 








15,300 




Jack Pine 










White Spruce 




6,000 








Norway Spruce 






7,000 

15,500 

10 

100 




White Pine 












Elm 


50 

50 

50 










Ash 










Poplar 










Larch 




1,000 
6,000 








Red Pine 








20,000 














Totals 


1,000 


$186 


13,400 


$308 


58,610 


$497 



Unfortunately about fifty per cent of the trees planted on the Sidney 
reforestation project were destroyed by fire last August. During a high wind, 
burning particles from a fire on the east side of the river were carried across 
the river to the area reforested and started a grass fire which swept over the 
south half of the property. Reforestation of the burned area will be undertaken 
next spring. 

Work for Municipal Hydro Systems 

A survey of trees affecting local distribution lines owned and operated by 
municipal Hydro systems was made in fourteen municipalities. In one instance 
the Parks department requested the local Hydro manager to survey all street 
trees under its jurisdiction. A report was made giving an analysis of the trees, 
the extent and cost of the work required and recommendations as to the 
most economical and satisfactory method of handling the operation on an 
annual budget, with the cost stabilized over a period of years. 

Line-clearing operations were performed by the Forestry division for twelve 
municipalities. The work involved 4,236 trees spread over 70 miles of distribu- 
tion line and cost $3,695, or an average of 87 cents per tree. Details of expendi- 
tures and work done for municipalities in each of the three systems are shown 
in the following tabulation. The number of linemen trained in certain munici- 
palities is also recorded. The cost of training the linemen is included in the 
cost of line clearing operations. 



FORESTRY WORK FOR HYDRO 


MUNICIPALITIES 








Number 
of muni- 
cipalities 


Number 
of men 
trained 


Number of trees 


Total 
cost 


Aver, 
cost 
per 
tree 


System 


Cabled 


Re- 
moved 


Pruned 


Total 


Niagara 


8 
2 
2 


12 


4 
9 
5 


1 
22 

7 


2,403 

1,102 

701 


2,404 

1,124 

708 


$ c. 
2,078.19 
1,038.57 

578.53 


$ c. 

0.86 


Georgian Bay 


0.92 


Eastern Ontario 


5 


0.81 






Total 


12 


17 


18 


30 


4,206 


4,236 


3,695.29 


0.87 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



15 




A SPECIMEN TREE 

A beautiful old pine on the Trent River Road 

near Campbellford. Unmolested by human 

hands 



TREE HAZARD 
A badly decayed tree at the intersection of two 
important and heavily travelled highways. A 
constant menace to life, property and service 



In view of the large number of trees that require pruning to provide 
clearance for municipal distribution lines and the hazardous nature of such 
work along energized lines, it was thought advisable to offer a course of training 
to those municipal Hydro systems which employ a line maintenance staff*. The 
training consisted of a lecture, illustrated by charts, on the structural growth 
and habits of trees, and an explanation of the safety rules adopted for the 
Commission's staff. Practical instructions were given in the use of rope slings 
in place of safety belts and spurs, in scientific pruning methods for clearance, 
shaping, cabling and tree diagnosis, in the use and care of took, and disposal 
of brush. The importance of obtaining permission from property owners and 
municipal authorities was explained, and advice given as to the procedure to 
be followed. 

The Parks department in one municipality arranged with the local Hydro 
commission to have employees placed in the Forestry squad for training. 

Thanks are extended to the Department of Highways, to county, township 
and municipal road officials and to the Ontario Forestry branch for their 
co-operation. 

Radio Communication 

The Commission's short-wave radio stations at Toronto and in the gener- 
ating stations at Cameron Falls, Ear Falls and Rat Rapids have all operated 
satisfactorily without any major repairs or renewals. 

This equipment provides the only means of communication with the plants 
at Ear Falls and Rat Rapids during periods in the spring and fall when, owing 
to seasonal climatic conditions, mail and transportation services from these 
points are suspended. 



16 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

NIAGARA SYSTEM 

Generating Stations 
Queenston Station 

The equipment in this station gave satisfactory service during the year. 
Regular schedules of inspection were maintained on all electrical, mechanical 
and hydraulic apparatus, and necessary repairs and replacements made. 

Each main unit was removed from service for inspection and necessary 
maintenance during the summer when the load is usually light, as noted below: 

Number 1 unit from June 3 to June 12, 



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July 15 to August 1, 
June 17 to June 27, 


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August 20 to August 30, 
May 2 to May 17, 
May 20 to May 31, 
August 6 to August 30, 
September 23 to October 8 



During the above periods each generator, turbine and draft tube was 
carefully examined. Turbine runners were built up with stainless steel by 
welding where erosion had occurred, bearings were refitted or renewed, gener- 
ators were cleaned and painted, and collector rings were trued up or replaced. 

In addition to the above work the circuit breakers, transformers, reactors, 
meters, relays, busses, and all other associated auxiliary equipment were 
inspected and cleaned, and replacements made where necessary, while the 
main units were out of service. 

Station service unit "A" was out of service from April 2 to April 25 for 
general inspection and overhaul. Service unit "B" was shut down on October 
10, for the same purpose, but the work was not completed by October 31. 

The necessary equipment for automatic frequency and load control, a 
development from research work in the University of Toronto, was installed 
on units number 4 to 10 inclusive. This control has been in service since 
November, 1934, and has proved to be of considerable operating value. It 
automatically holds the frequency constant and thereby assists in maintaining 
the desired output from other generating stations feeding power into the 
system. Its characteristics have proved beneficial in restoring normal frequency 
after an electrical disturbance. This accurate automatic control is of great 
benefit to industrial customers requiring close speed regulation on rotating 
machines. 

Due to the large amount of grinding and welding necessary in the up-keep 
of turbine runners, a section of the power-house adjacent to the assembly bay 
was closed in for this work, and a ventilating system installed to collect dust 
and abrasives. Formerly work of this nature was carried out in the open power- 
house and the dust and abrasives were causing damage to equipment. The 
ventilating system was extended to serve the machine shop. 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 17 

As this station is situated below the river bank, the cliff above was 
thoroughly scaled to remove loose rock and earth. 

The usual routine inspection and repairs were made to canal bridges, 
retaining walls and drainage courses along the canal. 

Ontario Power Station 

No difficulties were encountered in the operation of this station during 
the year. Number 7 generator was out of service from August 13 to 25 to repair 
a failure in the armature winding which however did not cause any interruption 
to service. 

Each generating unit and its associated equipment was removed from 
service for inspection as noted below: 

Number 1 unit from July 13 to July 30, 

2 " " July 12 to July 30 

3 " " July 18 to July 30, 

4 " " July 12 to July 30, 

5 " " July 12 to August 1, 

6 " " July 6 to July 30, 

7 " " June 25 to June 28 

8 " " July 8 to July 13, 

9 " " July 31 to August 6, 

10 " " ^August 12 to August 16, 

'October 3 to October 8, 

11 " " August 6 to August 10. 

12 " " June 29 to. July 5, 

13 " " August 22 to August 28. 

During the above periods turbines were inspected and minor repairs carried 
out. Spare runners were installed in number 15 unit; generator windings were 
cleaned, inspected and painted; stator coils in number 10 generator were 
tightened ; all associated equipment, including meters and relays, was examined 
and repaired where necessary. 

Number 1 conduit was unwatered on November 3, 1934, for inspection 
and temporary repair of number 4 penstock valve, and again on July 13 to 
replace the seal ring of number 4 valve and install new operating mechanisms 
on valves number 1, 2 and 4, which were fabricated last year. The conduit 
was returned to service on July 29. 

The cleaning of penstocks and application of rust preventing material, as 
mentioned last year, was continued, and all horizontal sections were completed. 
The vertical sections were still under treatment at the end of the year. 

Lower lake levels, which have prevailed for some time, have resulted in 
an increased amount of ice being carried into the outer forebay. To take care 
of this additional ice, the ice spillway at the north end of the screenhouse and 
the lower end of the spillway from the inner forebay are being extended. These 
are now being made as wide and deep as the building will permit. When this 
work is completed the improved ice spillways are expected to dispose of most 
of the ice getting into the forebay during low lake levels. They will also facilitate 
the passing of the ice during normal lake levels. This change will render 
unnecessary much of the blasting which has been required to break up and 
dislodge ice which formerly accumulated in the forebay. Risk of damage to 
the piers and walls of the screenhouse from blasting will be lessened. 



18 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



HORSEPOWER 




300.000 



200.000 



100.000 



500,000 



400.000 



300.000 



200.000 



100,000 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



19 



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The extending of the spillway necessitated building a coffer-dam and 
pumping out the north end of the screenhouse. Advantage was taken of this 
condition to repair one of the main supporting piers in this section of the 
screenhouse. 

All necessary maintenance was carried out on buildings, roads, station 
grounds and service equipment. 



20 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

Toronto Power Station 

All the equipment in this plant gave satisfactory service. Number 7 
generator was out of service from August 31 to October 8 to repair a coil failure 
in the generator armature winding. This failure did not cause an interruption 
in power delivery to customers. 

The regular schedule of inspection and repair on all equipment was fol- 
lowed. Number 1 unit, which was out of service for general overhaul as of 
November 1, 1934, was returned to service on July 17, 1935. Considerable 
difficulty was experienced in the repair of one of the turbine runners by welding 
due to the high zinc content of the bronze. This was finally overcome by the 
use of an atomic welding torch. 

Generators number 1 and 7 were inspected, the windings cleaned and 
varnished; the stator coils on number 1 machine were replaced and spacing 
blocks tightened. 

Turbine governors on units number 1, 8 and 11 were overhauled, links, 
pins and bearings refitted and heads balanced. Stay bolts in 3, 4 and 7 turbines 
and number 4 draft tube were welded. 

Guide bearings on units 1, 5, 7, 9 and 11 were refitted where required, and 
the spare set of distributors for turbines 8 to 11 were repaired by welding. 

The main tail-race tunnel was unwatered on June 23 for inspection, and 
was found in good condition. There was no further indication of cracking in 
the floor as a result of the pressure of the sidewalls. 

Two of the three water service pumps supplying the generating and 
transformer stations were overhauled during the year. 

A 6,000-kv-a transformer, which failed in service in 1931, was repaired 
and returned to service on October 31, as its capacity was required for service 
in the Niagara area. All electrolytic lightning arresters were dismantled, trays 
were cleaned and reassembled with new electrolyte. 

Chats Falls Station— Ottawa River 

The performance of all equipment at this station was satisfactory. All 
routine inspection and general maintenance was carried out in accordance 
with the regular schedule. 

The earth-filled portion of the dam was inspected, all holes in the rip-rap 
were filled, and the earth surface re-seeded, to prevent erosion. Some 1,200 
sunken logs were removed from in front of the trash racks in the forebay. 
These had accumulated as a result of the extensive logging operations of 
past years on the Ottawa river. 

All exposed steelwork on the powerhouse, dam, sluice gates and railway 
bridges was painted for protection, and the railway siding and roadway were 
repaired. 

The stream flow of the Ottawa river was distributed more uniformly 
throughout the past year, as a result of the storage water available and the 
abnormal rains during the month of June. The minimum river flow of approxi- 
mately 20,500 c.f .s. occurred during September, while the maximum, of approxi- 
mately 81,500 c.f.s., occurred on May 5, during the spring run-off. 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



21 



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Notes 
TOTAL PRIMARY LOAD: Primary power is power which the Commission is under 
contractual obligation to supply and for which it is obligated to hold in reserve adequate 
capacity. The graph above includes only the actual delivery of such power, and does 
not include the amount by which the primary power contracts exceed actual deliveries. 

TOTAL PRIMARY AND SECONDARY LOAD: Includes, in addition to the primary load, 
at-will power which the Commission is under no obligation to hold in reserve. Such 
power has been sold in Ontario and exported to Quebec and the United States. The 
above graph includes all secondary power and therefore differs from the graphs on pages 
18 and 19 which show only the load in Ontario. 



22 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

Synchronizing equipment was installed on all 220,000- volt lines to facilitate 
rapid restoration of service after a line outage. 

The east end of the generating station was extended over the space left 
for an additional turbine unit, and a 45,000-kv-a vertical, 25-cycle to 60-cycle, 
frequency-changer set installed to supply power to the Eastern Ontario system 
of the Commission. This set was made available for service on October 13, 1935. 

The construction of eight additional houses near the plant was started 
in order to provide accommodation for those permanent employees who have 
been living in temporary buildings erected on Victoria island during the 
construction of the plant. When completed this settlement will have fourteen 
houses with modern conveniences, community garages and an ice-house. 

DeCew Falls Station 

The DeCew Falls station operated continuously throughout the year, 
there being no failure of main equipment. Regular inspections and routine 
maintenance were carried out on schedule. 

Two bridges were redecked, several were painted, and one over the intake 
channel at Allanburg was replaced by the Provincial Highways department. 
All roads were properly maintained, and stone rip-rap was placed on the 
channel banks where erosion was indicated. 

The 9,000-kv-a frequency-changer set, situated at Niagara Falls and sup- 
plied from the Toronto Power generating station, operated as a base load 
unit at 96 per cent capacity factor during the year. 

The Hamilton steam station was operated as a standby reserve on the 
system. It was called for service on one occasion in January, due to ice trouble 
at the DeCew Falls plant. Steam supplied for commercial purposes increased 
somewhat during the year. All equipment was inspected and routine repairs 
carried out where necessary. 

Transmission 

The 220,000-volt circuits transmitting power from the Chats Falls, Beau- 
harnois, Masson and Paugan plants to Leaside station, Toronto, operated 
satisfactorily, and no service difficulties were encountered. 

On one occasion, due to lightning, the switches opened on each of the 
three 220,000-volt circuits, and the load was carried over the 110,000- volt lines 
from Queenston until the 220,000-volt supply was restored. There were nine 
single-circuit outages, eight of which were caused by lightning and one by a 
tree felled into the Gatineau Power Company's section of the line. No damage 
occurred at the time of these outages, the lines being immediately returned 
to service. 

The inspection of all 220,000-volt towers, including the tightening of bolts 
and installation of special lock nuts, started in 1933, was completed. All 
brush under and in the immediate vicinity of the lines was cut. This work 
covered an area of about 5,100 acres. Some nine miles of patrol roads were 
constructed. 

The 110,000- volt transmission circuits were operated during the year in 
two individual groups. There were three total interruptions on one group, and 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



23 



KILOWATT-HOURS 



500,000,000 


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FEB 

MAR 
APR 
MAY 
JUNE 

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SEPT 


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24 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

no total interruption on the other group. Extensive changes were made in the 
set-up of the circuits between Niagara Falls and Toronto to provide maximum 
capacity and flexibility, as the power delivered from Quebec companies was 
reduced. 

Regular patrol and maintenance was carried out. Insulators were tested 
on 196 miles of line and defective units removed. The ground angles (footings) 
on 471 McGuigan-type towers between Allenburg Junction and Dundas were 
inspected and re-inforced where necessary. 

Conductors were examined at various points for vibration damage and 
dampers were installed on the circuit between East Hamilton and Stirton 
Street station (Hamilton). 

The operating telephone lines of the Niagara system were regularly 
patrolled and maintained. Approximately 120 miles of line were given a general 
overhaul and the circuits between St. Thomas and Chatham were retransposed 
for a phantom circuit. 

On the Dominion Power transmission lines there were no total interrup- 
tions to service, although there were seven instances, totalling 31 minutes, in 
which service to Hamilton, Brantford and Oakville was interrupted by un- 
controllable causes. In order to provide a second line of supply to Oakville a 
second circuit on the steel-tower line between Nelson Junction and Oakville 
was placed in service on December 16. 

Regular patrol and maintenance was carried out on all lines, insulators 
were inspected and all defective units replaced. Poles were straightened and 
53 towers were painted. 

In order that defective circuits will be automatically removed from 
service, high-speed relays, with necessary equipment, were placed in service 
on all 44,000-volt lines on July 10. 

Transformation 

The 220,000/110,000/13,200-volt Leaside transformer station operated 
without difficulty during the year. The synchronous condenser which failed 
last year was completely re-wound and returned to service on July 2. 

All stations on the 110,000-volt system gave satisfactory service. A 
7,500-kv-a transformer at the Cyanamid station, which failed on July 15, was 
repaired and returned to service. Repairs on the 5,000-kv-a transformer at 
London, mentioned last year, were completed. Three 2,500-kv-a transformers 
at Woodstock are being rebuilt with modern bracing, one unit being completed. 

All outdoor breakers were given two inspections, and repaired where 
necessary; indoor breakers received one complete overhaul. Lightning arresters 
were overhauled at Toronto (Strachan Avenue), Cooksville, Preston, Stratford, 
St. Marys, Dundas and Essex stations. 

Distribution 

A new low-tension distribution station at Port Nelson was placed in 
service. Transformer capacity was increased in Dashwood, Aylmer Rural, 
St. Thomas Rural, St. Williams and Islington stations. 



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DIAGRAM OF STATIONS 

AS AT OCTOBER 31 1935 



RPD RURAL POWER DISTRICT 



THE HYDROELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 
OF ONTARIO 



There were seven failures of low-tension transformers, all of which were 
repaired by the field maintenance staff. All oil-circuit breakers were inspected, 
and repairs and re-adjustments were made where necessary. Lightning arresters 
were overhauled at New Hamburg, Toronto (Campbell Avenue), Paris 
Municipal station and at Canadian Industries Limited, Windsor. 

No unusual difficulties were encountered in the operation of the low- 
tension lines, but severe summer storms caused the breaking of short sections 
of lines in the Niagara Falls and St. Clair areas. 

Part of the circuits in the Kitchener and Stratford districts were given 
an extensive overhaul, and the conductor on the line from Mitchell Junction 
to Mitchell was restrung. The circuits from London to Strathroy were re- 
insulated for 26,000-volt service. Railway and wire crossings were made 
standard in the St. Clair and St. Thomas areas, and similar work is under way 
in the Cooksville district. 



Ground line treatment to preserve poles, was continued, some 6,500 poles 
were uncovered at the ground line, cleaned, and sprayed with creosote. 

A new 13,200-volt line to the Burlington Steel Company, Hamilton, was 
placed in service during the year. 



26 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1933-34-35 



Municipality 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1934-35 




Oct. 1933 


Oct. 1934 


Oct. 1935 


Decrease 


Increase 


Acton 


832.6 
116.6 

88.6 

82.8 

616.6 

283.8 

45.4 

1,030.1 

469.1 

157.5 

241.7 

387.4 
119.3 
353.9 

87.4 

137.7 

104.4 

2,075.2 

12,728.7 
605.6 

85.5 

89.1 

108.8 

115.5 

54.1 

327.7 

24.2 

112.6 

4,258.1 

215.3 

61.5 

374.5 

164.0 

58.0 

38.4 

40.0 
35.1 
95.7 

86.7 
280.0 

66.3 

42.9 

1,276.1 

907.7 

211.9 

2,277.4 

557.6 

291.4 

104.5 

72.6 


1,044.9 

128.0 

77.3 

85.6 

593.5 

250.6 
46.9 
981.2 
490.6 
157.5 

250.2 
376.6 
126.5 
383.4 

86.7 

109.7 

99.4 

1,991.1 

13,212.6 

602.3 

118.8 

72.5 

107.9 

131.3 

30.5 

377.7 

26.2 

111.2 

4,587.7 
258.4 

61.9 

394.7 

191.7 

64.3 

40.2 

37.9 
39.9 
76.1 
91.1 

288.9 

66.5 

31.7 

1,329.1 

853.3 

209.2 

2,530.8 
544.2 
295.3 

88.2 
62.7 


1,125.7 

147.4 

89.8 

89.4 

707.2 

282.7 

48.2 

1,016.0 

487.9 

167.0 

268.2 
395.4 
127.3 
374.0 

85.8 

125.0 

109.3 

2,168.8 

14,023.8 

594.9 

105.9 

66.7 

103.2 

139.7 

31.5 

341.6 

26.8 

116.6 

4,821.4 

258.1 

64.0 

395.4 

116.6 

62.3 

37.2 

61.9 
43.1 

103.1 
92.1 

289.9 

66.0 

36.4 

1,495.2 

930.3 

206.1 

2,943.7 
680.9 

287.5 
86.0 
67.0 




80.8 


Agincourt 




19.4 


Ailsa Craig 




12.5 


Al vinston 




3.8 


Amherstburg 




113.7 


Ancaster Township 




32.1 


Arkona 




1.3 


Aurora 




34.8 


Aylmer 


2.7 




Ayr 


9.5 


Baden 




18.0 


Beach ville 




18.8 


Belle River ... 




0.8 


Blenheim . 


9.4 
0.9 




Blyth 




Bolton 


15.3 


Bothwell 




9.9 


Brampton 




177.7 


Brantford 




811.2 


Brantford Township 


7.4 

12.9 

5.8 

4.7 




Bridgeport 




Brigden 




Brussels 




Burford 


8.4 


Burgessvilie 




1.0 


Caledonia 


36.1 




Campbell ville... 


0.6 


Cayuga 




5.4 


Chatham 




233.7 


Chippawa 


0.3 




Clifford 


2.1 


Clinton 




0.7 


Comber 


75.1 
2.0 
3.0 




Cottam 




Courtright 




Dash wood 


24.0 


Delaware 




3.2 


Dorchester . 




27.0 


Drayton 




1.0 


Dresden. . 




1.0 


Drumbo .... 


0.5 




Dublin 


4.7 


Dundas 




166.1 


Dunn ville 




77.0 


Dutton 


3.1 




East Windsor 


412.9 


Elmira 




136.7 


Elora 


7.8 
2.2 




Embro 




Erieau 


4.3 









1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



27 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1933-34-35— Continued 



Municipality 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1934-35 




Oct. 1933 


Oct. 1934 


Oct. 1935 


Decrease 


Increase 


Erie Beach 


6.4 

361.9 

3,621.4 

382.0 

705.0 

133.2 
320.6 

5,858.7 
978.3 
163.7 

991.9 

96.5 

7,812.3 

418.2 

83,832.3 

247.2 

332.7 

121.6 

1,879.7 

69.0 

386.7 

1,969.0 

150.1 

431.6 

15,000.6 

94.9 

199.0 

1,327.0 

808.3 

30,201.2 

358.5 
733.9 
136.0 
66.3 
211.8 

66.7 

2,765.1 

804.4 

295.6 

2,218.5 

100.0 

433.8 

45.5 

79.6 

40.6 

399.1 
1,285.5 
4,790.8 
9,135.6 

546.1 


11.9 

340.5 

4,194.3 

396.8 

833.7 

138.1 
337.8 
5,615.8 
987.9 
164.9 

938.3 

102.1 

8,207.0 

810.2 

87,983.6 

269.7 

387.4 

145.1 ' 

1,713.8 

90.3 

367.8 

1,860.4 

158.7 

420.9 

16,469.5 

109.2 

192.1 

1,253.3 

811.0 

30,281.0 

410.6 
733.9 
131.0 
69.8 
236.2 

74.0 

3,140.4 

527.6 

252.0 

2,347.1 

100.0 

411.5 

45.5 

93.8 

41.5 

393.8 
1,273.4 
5,565.7 
8,665.9 

559.0 


8.0 

404.8 

4,449.0 

420.3 

882.7 

145.5 

331.1 

5,988.5 

1,089.8 

166.7 

947.3 

100.0 

8,688.3 

521.5 

98 ; 859.8 

271.0 

376.6 

152.4 

1,901.4 

64.3 

365.6 

2,076.7 

148.5 

447.4 

16,976.5 

101.8 
197.3 

1,284.2 

887.4 

31,876.0 

449.8 
761.4 
121.3 
82.0 
233.9 

75.0 

3,368.3 

604.6 

261.4 

2,426.3 

175.0 

415.5 

50.0 

97.5 

48.5 

395.4 
1,300.2 
5,942.3 
9,241.3 

506.0 


3.9 




Essex 


64.3 


Etobicoke Township 




254.7 


Exeter 




23.5 


Fergus 




49.0 


Fonthill 




7.4 


Forest 


6.7 




Gait 


372.7 


Georgetown ... 




101.9 


Glencoe 




1.8 


Goderich 




9.0 


Granton 


2.1 




Guelph 


481.3 


Hagersville 


288.7 




Hamilton 


10,876.2 


Harriston 




1.3 


Harrow 


10.8 




Hensall 


7.3 


Hespeler 




187.6 


Highgate 


26.0 
2.2 




Humberstone 




Ingersoll 


216.3 


Jarvis 


10.2 




Kingsville 


26.5 


Kitchener 




507.0 


Lambeth 


7.4 




La Salle 


5.2 


Leamington 




30.9 


Listowel 




76.4 


London 




1,595.0 


London Township Voted Area 




39.2 


Long Branch 




27.5 


Lucan 


9.7 




Lynden 


12.2 


Markham 


2.3 




Merlin 


1.0 


Merritton 




227.9 


Milton 




77.0 


Milverton 




9.4 


Mimico 




79.2 


Mimico Asylum.. 




75.0 


Mitchell 




4.0 


Moorefield 




4.5 


Mount Brydges 




3.7 


Newbury 




7.0 


New Hamburg 




1.6 


Newmarket 




26.8 


New Toronto 




376.6 


Niagara Falls 




575.4 


Niagara-on-the-Lake 


53.0 









1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



28 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1933-34-35— Continued 


Municipality 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1934-35 




Oct. 1933 


Oct. 1934 


Oct. 1935 


Decrease 


Increase 


Norwich 


308.3 
159.3 
469.1 
243.9 

84.3 

437.5 

1,197.2 

124.2 

685.8 
60.2 

636.7 
1,420.9 
611.2 
503.7 
296.5 

67.1 

261.5 

2,461.1 

98.8 
80.7 

293.1 

446.4 

1,104.9 

89.8 

131.1 

7,854.2 

72.6 

129.3 

151.4 

1,225.7 

6,179.6 
2,956.2 
7,581.1 
2,981.5 
408.8 

1,613.9 

59.0 

1,819.0 

167.9 

6,530.9 

946.4 
153.5 
424.6 
294.7 
159.5 

163.5 

127.0 

36.4 

1,914.6 

398.1 


304.9 
179.8 
485.2 
256.7 
92.9 

396.0 

1,132.8 

128.9 

677.8 

52.2 

467.8 

1,422.2 

688.5 

502.7 

297.8 

64.3 

240.1 

2,341.4 

85.9 

112.8 

304.3 

397.7 

1,073.0 

92.5 

121.9 

8,852.4 

57.6 

138.8 

146.9 

1,259.2 

5,986.5 
2,743.0 
7,397.9 
3,099.2 

485.7 

1,705.2 

60.0 

1,913.0 

183.3 

6,562.9 

920.9 
147.8 
444.5 
290.0 
176.2 

165.7 

143.0 

37.8 

1,782.1 

331.1 


358.6 
188.4 
477.2 
247.4 
91.6 

420.3 

1,262.2 

128.9 

714.3 

55.3 

1,060.3 

1,405.9 

658.2 

523.8 

321.6 

63.0 

215.9 

2,577.0 

95.4 

103.6 

340.5 
467.8 
911.8 
91.1 
123.2 

10,270.3 

71.4 

164.3 

274.8 

1,314.1 

6,246.6 
2,980.5 
7,558.9 
3,281.5 
518.7 

1,675.7 

85.7 

1,966.2 

196.8 

6,436.0 

971.8 
151.8 
471.8 
371.0 
155.0 

188.4 

135.1 

42.0 

1,958.6 

558.9 




53.7 


Oil Springs 




8.6 


Ontario Agricultural College 


8.0 
9.3 
1.3 




Ontario Central Reformatory 




Otterville 




Palmerston 


24.3 


Paris 




129.4 


Parkhill 






Petrolia 




36.5 


Plattsville 




3.1 


Point Edward 




592.5 


Port Colborne 


16.3 
10.3 




Port Credit. .. 




Port Dalhousie 


21.1 


Port Dover 




23.8 


Port Rowan 


1.3 
24.2 




Port Stanley 




Preston 


235.6 


Princeton 




9.5 


Queenston 


9.2 




Richmond Hill 


36.2 


Ridgetown 




70.1 


Riverside 


161.2 
1.4 




Rockwood 




Rodney 


1.3 


St. Catharines 




1,417.9 


St. Clair Beach 




13.8 


St. George 




25.5 


St. Jacobs 




127.9 


St. Marys 




54.9 


St. Thomas 




260.1 


Sandwich 




237.5 


Sarnia 




161.0 


Scarboro Township 




182.3 


Seaforth 




33.0 


Simcoe 


29.5 




Springfield 


25.7 


Stamford Township 




53.2 


Stouffville 




13.5 


Stratford 


126.9 




Strathroy 


50.9 


Sutton 




4.0 


Tavistock 




27.3 


Tecumseh 




81.0 


Thamesford 


21.2 




Thamesville 


22.7 


Thedford 


7.9 




Thorndale 


4.2 


Thorold 




176.5 


Tilbury 




227.8 









29 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1933-34-35— Concluded 



Municipality 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1934-35 




Oct. 1933 


Oct. 1934 


Oct. 1935 


Decrease 


Increase 


Tillsonburg 


900.1 

269,144.8 

1,793.7 

5,336.4 

1,888.7 

34.3 

201.0 

399.4 

2,668.9 

185.0 

3,918.2 
94.7 
98.6 

2,790.8 
123.7 

20,550.3 

261.4 

4,950.4 

75.2 

5,330.7 

2,890.0 
64.8 


843.1 

280,525.4 

1,936.7 

6,132.7 

1,821.6 

32.7 

196.2 

322.4 

2,729.2 

192.5 

3,758.7 
95.2 
97.0 

2,706.4 
117.1 

19,979.4 

304.7 

4,731.9 

65.8 

5,656.4 

3,188.8 
71.4 


870.5 

297,723.8 

2,034.8 

9,076.3 

1,829.8 

30.8 

206.4 

362.4 

2,864.6 

187.6 

3,745.7 
119.0 
107.2 

2,955.8 
129.3 

20,471.0 

340.5 

5,073.7 

64.6 

5,826.0 

3,258.7 
68.6 




27.4 


Toronto 




17,198.4 


Toronto Township ... 




98.1 


Walkerville 




2,943.6 


Wallaceburg 




8.2 


Wardsville 


1.9 




Waterdown 


10.2 


Waterford 




40.0 


Waterloo 




135.4 


Watford 


4.9 
13.0 




Welland 




Wellesley 


23.8 


West Lome 




10.2 


Weston 




249.4 


Wheatley 




12.2 


Windsor 




491.6 






35.8 


Woodstock , 




341.8 


Wyoming 


1.2 




York, East, Township 


169.6 


York, North, Township 




69.9 


Zurich 


2.8 









NIAGARA SYSTEM— LOADS OF NEW MUNICIPALITY 



Municipality 



Streetsville. 



Date 
Connected 



Dec. 13, 1934 



Initial 
load 



124.6 



Oct. 1935 



99.8 



Change in load 



Decrease 



24.8 



Increase 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS, 1933-34-35 



Rural power district 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1934-35 




Oct. 1933 


Oct. 1934 


Oct. 1935 


Decrease 


Increase 


Acton 


10.0 

5.6 

3.2 

496.7 

291.1 

- 42.5 
367.1 

1,030.7 
220.0 
118.5 

926.4 

89.0 

130.0 

434.4 

31.5 


10.0 

5.6 

3.1 

412.0 

317.5 

42.5 

378.2 

1,043.7 

172.3 

144.2 

999.2 

99.4 

132.7 

490.4 

35.2 


11.0 

6.4 

3.1 

483.6 

313.3 

43.5 

416.7 

1,111.3 

194.0 

163.8 

1,179.3 

196.5 

147.6 

498.1 

46.6 




1.0 


Ailsa Craig 




0.8 


Alvinston 






Amherstburg 




71.6 


Aylmer 


4.2 




Ayr 


1.0 


Baden 




38.5 


Beamsville 




67.6 


Belle River 




21.7 


Blenheim 




19.6 


Bond Lake 




180.1 


Bothwell 




97.1 


Brampton 




14.9 


Brant 




7.7 


Brigden 




11.4 







30 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL 


POWER DISTRICT 


LOADS, 1933-34-35— 


Continued 


Rural power district 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1934-35 




Oct. 1933 


Oct. 1934 


Oct. 1935 


Decrease 


Increase 


Burford 


170.5 
300.5 
473.5 
99.2 
121.7 

299.5 

269.2 

42.2 

59.0 

582.6 

42.0 
126.0 

70.2 

98.2 

189.6 

235.3 

28.0 
181.3 
124.9 

84.2 

611.1 

411.5 

164.0 

20.0 

323.6 

337.8 
282.0 
395.8 
453.5 
132.7 

1,523.7 

60.2 

166.5 

423.8 

177.5 

140.0 
65.5 
172.2 
225.3 
395.9 

241.3 
45.5 

48.0 
25.3 

854.7 

227.9 
268.8 
183.8 
483.2 
966.1 


148.0 
323.2 
479.2 
122.5 
122.6 

285.8 

312.0 

43.3 

95.4 

695.7 

39.0 
127.3 

79.7 
104.2 
199.6 

252.7 

28.0 
184.7 
132.7 

84.2 

630.1 

434.1 

200.6 

16.6 

286.8 

369.7 
324.8 
350.0 
500.3 
140.2 

1,559.0 

52.0 

173.2 

407.3 

167.0 

181.6 
84.3 
185.0 
267.1 
527.0 

252.3 
39.9 
54.7 
25.3 

830.2 

258.8 
239.5 
194.6 
629.4 
962.1 


154.6 
372.2 
468.6 
122.8 
128.2 

316.6 

340.1 

38.9 

77.5 
741.4 

41.5 
133.1 

82.1 
111.2 
217.4 

239.2 
36.8 
200.5 
147.4 
110.3 

629.1 

491.4 

225.1 

20.1 

287.4 

427.2 
321.9 
249.5 
480.8 
174.2 

1,848.6 

55.3 

177.2 

466.2 

212.1 

175.6 

83.1 
190.4 
260.6 
611.7 

306.2 
37.7 
52.8 
29.3 

948.3 

271.1 
249.8 
220.5 
700.4 
1,058.0 




6.6 


Caledonia 


49.0 


Chatham 


10.6 




Chippawa 


0.3 


Clinton 




5.6 


Delaware 




30.8 


Dorchester 




28.1 


Dresden 


4.4 
17.9 




Drumbo 




Dundas 


45.7 


Dunnville 




2.5 


Dutton 




5.8 


Elmira 




2.4 


Elora 




7.0 


Essex 




17.8 


Exeter 


13.5 




Forest 


8.8 


Gait 




15.8 


Georgetown 




14.7 


Goderich 




26.1 


Grantham 


1.0 




Guelph 


57.3 


Haldimand 




24.5 


Harriston 




3.5 


Harrow 




0.6 


Ingersoll 




57.5 


Jordan 


2.9 

100.5 

19.5 




Keswick 




Kingsville 




Listowel 


34.0 


London 




289.6 


Lucan 




3.3 


Lynden 




4.0 


Markham 




58.9 


Merlin 




45.1 


Milton 


6.0 
1.2 




Milverton 




Mitchell 


5.4 


Newmarket 


6.5 




Niagara 


84.7 


Norwich 




53.9 


Oil Springs 


2.2 

1.9 




Palmerston 




Petrolia 


4.0 


Preston 




118.1 


Ridgetown 




12.3 


St. Jacobs . 




10.3 


St. Marys... 




25.9 


St. Thomas... 




71.0 


Saltfleet 




95.9 









1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



31 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS, 1933-34-35— Concluded 



Rural power district 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1934-35 




Oct. 1933 


Oct. 1934 


Oct. 1935 


Decrease 


Increase 


Sandwich , 


908.0 
485.3 
358.4 
53.2 
205.4 

156.5 
104.6 
93.2 
251.1 
153.6 

108.6 
134.6 
314.4 
173.1 
144.3 

82.8 
676.2 
174.9 

22.0 
1,079.1 

537.9 
483.3 


940.6 
491.1 
371.7 
53.7 
229.1 

194.3 
116.9 
109.6 
318.4 
169.7 

97.9 
122.0 
324.9 
193.0 
182.0 

63.7 
763.1 
218. t 

25.7 

1,083.6 

512.9 

512.8 


1,030.9 

490.7 

397.4 

63.7 

249.6 

176.6 
158.6 
115.0 
360.6 
205.0 

120.9 
158.4 
369.8 
223.2 
239.8 

103.2 

983.4 

215.0 

17.5 

1,168.9 

594.3 

582.0 




90.3 


Sarnia 


0.4 




Scarboro 


25.7 


Seaforth 




10.0 


Simcoe 




20.5 


Stamford 


17.7 




Stratford 


41.7 


Strathroy 




5.4 


Streetsville 




42.2 


Tavistock 




35.3 


Thames ville 




23.0 


Tilbury... 




36.4 


Tillsonburg 




44.9 


Wallaceburg 




30.2 


Walsingham 




57.8 


Walton 




39.5 


Waterdown 




220.3 


Waterf ord .- 


3.2 

8.2 




Watford 




Welland 


85.3 






81.4 


Woodstock 




69.2 









GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 



The Georgian Bay system peak and average loads increased nearly five 
per cent over last year. The increase in average load each month over the 
corresponding month of last year was fairly uniform. The peak loads, however, 
decreased slightly from January to June inclusive, but in the remaining months 
increases of from three to twelve per cent over the corresponding months of 
last year were recorded. It is of interest to note that due to the proportionately 
heavy summer resort load, in the past two years the peaks for this system 
were established in July and August. 

In spite of the increase in average load the transfer of energy from the 
Niagara system, through the Hanover frequency-changer set, showed a de- 
crease of approximately thirteen per cent. This is due to the fact that more 
storage water was available for use at the system's hydraulic generating plants 
and consequently more energy was generated by these plants than in the 
previous year. 

Power was supplied to the Orillia Water, Light and Power Commission 
from November 1, 1934, to August 31, 1935. 421,080 kilowatt-hours were 
supplied in this period. 



32 TWENTY-EICxHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

Generating Stations 

At Eugenia Falls generating station improvements were made to the 
sewage systems for the plant and operators' houses by constructing additional 
septic tanks and disposal beds. No. 3 turbine was dismantled and the cheek 
plate facing rings, which were badly eroded, were re-surfaced. Improvements 
were made to the control room lighting by installing indirect lighting fixtures. 

At Hanover generating station only routine maintenance was required. 
This plant was operated an average of ten hours per day throughout the year 
by the operators at the Hanover frequency-changer station. 

At Southampton generating station a rock filled timber crib was con- 
structed at the north end of the dam to replace a concrete retaining wall 
which was destroyed by an ice jam in the spring of 1935. Four new headgates 
were constructed and installed at the entrance to the headrace canal, and 
repairs were made to the headgate operating deck. The plant was not operating 
during the year. 

At Walkerton generating station the No. 1 exciter unit was overhauled 
and new thrust and journal bearings were installed. Repairs were made to the 
cribs at the east end of the dam and to the walls in the turbine pits. 

At Hanover frequency-changer station some trouble was experienced 
due to the bearings heating, and new oil rings were installed in all bearings. 
It was also necessary to scrape and refit one bearing. The insulation on one coil 
of the armature of the 25-cycle motor failed and was repaired without re- 
moving the coil from the machine. 

At Big Chute generating station new equipment was installed to improve 
the facilities for synchronizing. 

At South Falls generating station the 6,600-volt electrolytic lightning 
arresters on Hanna Chute generating station power and service feeders were 
replaced with lightning arresters of modern design. 

At Hanna Chute generating station eroded areas on the turbine runner and 
draft tube were built up by metal spraying. 

At Trethewey Falls generating station the turbine was unwatered and 
repairs made to overcome trouble due to the turbine gates sticking. 

At Bala No. 1 generating station a new shaft and rotor winding were 
installed in No. 1 exciter. 

Transformer and Distributing Stations 

At Penetang a new 75-kv-a, 2,300/4,600-volt, single-phase transformer 
station with metering equipment was installed on the end of the distribution 
system to supply a portion of Midland rural power district. 

At Orangeville distributing station a 25,000-volt lightning arrester which 
was destroyed by lightning was replaced. 

At Elmwood distributing station the 4,000-volt fuses and lightning 
arresters were replaced. 

Walkerton Quarry distributing station was dismantled as the small rural 
load formerly supplied from this station was transferred to another source of 
supply. 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



33 



HORSEPOWER 



HORSEPOWER 



35,000 



30,000 



25,000 



20,000 



T5.000 



10,000 



5,000 



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PEAK LOADS 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 
OF ONTARIO 

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35.000 



30,000 



25,000 



20.000 



15,000 



10.000 



5.000 



NOTE: — The Georgian Bay system includes the Severn, Eugenia, Wasdells, Muskoka and Bala districts. 
In the diagram the load for the Muskoka district is not included until November, 1924. Details 
respecting this load for preceding years are given in earlier annual reports. The load of the 
Bala district is not included in above graph until April, 1931, previous meter records being 
incomplete. 

At Port Perry a new distributing station of 300-kv-a capacity was erected 
to serve Port Perry rural power district. 

Thirteen municipalities were assisted with the operation and maintenance 
of their distribution systems on twenty-five occasions. 

Transmission Lines 

Very little trouble was experienced in the operation of transmission lines. 
On two occasions sleet caused some damage but the area affected was not 
large. One severe windstorm caused eight poles to break in the southern end 
of the Severn district. 



2— HE. 



34 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



In the section of line between Bradford junction and Bradford, the steel 
power cable was replaced with steel-reinforced aluminum cable and additional 
guys were installed at the same time. 

On the sections of line between Waubaushene and the southern extremity 
of the Severn district, 158 additional guys were erected. 

Due to changes in highway locations, it was necessary to move or lower 
certain poles between Flesherton and Dundalk, between Gamebridge and 
Beaverton, between Bracebridge and Huntsville and between Stayner and 
Creemore. 

In addition to routine patrol and maintenance of lines, fifty defective 
poles were replaced, 275 poles were reinforced by the addition of stubs, 65 poles 
were lowered, and approximately 4,000 poles were given preservative treatment 
at the ground line. Approximately 3,300 defective insulator pins, 350 defective 
crossarms and 1,200 defective insulators were replaced. 

GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1933-34-35 



Municipality 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct. 1933 



Oct. 1934 



Oct. 1935 



Change in load 
1934-35 



Decrease 



Increase 



Alliston 

Arthur 

Bala 

Barrie.. 

Beaverton 

Beeton 

Bradford 

Brechin 

Camp Borden 
Cannington... 

Chatsworth 

Chesley 

Coldwater 

Collingwood... 
Cookstown 

Creemore 

Dundalk 

Durham 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 

Flesherton 

Grand Valley. 
Gravenhurst.. 

Hanover 

Hepworth 

Holstein 

Huntsville 

Kincardine... 

Kirkfield 

Lucknow 



198.0 


212.3 


132.7 


136.7 


120.0 


109.0 


2,195.6 


2,228.3 


179.7 


175.0 


114.3 


105.7 


140.0 


161.9 


45.4 


47.5 


263.4 


247.0 


152.8 


141.2 


61.2 


53.2 


464.0 


423.6 


234.6 


245.3 


1,293.8 


1,139.1 


52.9 


65.7 


96.0 


104.5 


163.0 


145.0 


712.3 


337.2 


148.8 


134.8 


51.3 


63.1 


75.9 


87.2 


108.3 


101.2 


672.5 


657.4 


910.4 


966.7 


25.7 


26.9 


16.6 


16.6 


955.8 


886.9 


564.3 


560.8 


22.8 


26.9 


222.5 


243.9 



210.3 
130.0 
113.0 
2,396.4 
175.6 

97.5 

171.8 

62.8 

272.4 
145.3 

56.3 

492.6 

316.0 

1,206.2 

71.6 

101.7 
198.4 

288.2 

152.4 

54.7 

79.2 

106.4 

650.6 

1,029.5 

32.9 

18.2 
863.2 
552.7 

25.8 
262.2 



2.0 
6.7 



8.2 



2.8 



49.0 

"T.'i 

8.0 



6.8 



23.7 
8.1 
1.1 



4.0 

168.1 

0.6 



9.9 
15.3 
25.4 

4.1 

3.1 
69.0 
70.7 
67.1 

5.9 



53.4 



17.6 



5.2 



62.8 
6.0 

1.6 



18.3 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



35 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1933-34-35— Continued 



Municipality 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct. 1933 | Oct. 1934 | Oct. 1935 



Change in load 
1934-35 



Decrease | Increase 



Markdale 

MacTier 

Meaford 

Midland 

Mildmay 

Mount Forest 

Neustadt 

Orangeville 

Owen Sound 

Paisley 

Penetanguishene 

Port Carling 

Port Elgin 

Port McNicholl . 
Port Perry 

Priceville 

Ripley 

Rosseau 

Shelburne 

Southampton 

Stayner 

Sunderland 

Tara 

Teeswater 

Thornton 

Tottenham 

Uxbridge 

Victoria Harbour 

Victoria Road 

Walkerton 

Waubaushene 

Wiarton 

Windermere 

Wingham 

Woodville 



179.4 

111.0 

395.4 

2,408.6 

71.5 

329.5 
34.0 

585.4 

3,077.0 

118.6 

658.7 
105.0 



262, 

83. 

156, 



16.7 

60.3 

30.0 

192.9 

205.9 

169.3 
60.0 
82.2 

112.4 
17.9 

62.2 

202.2 

77.3 

10.0 

463.1 

56.3 
232.2 

33.0 
290.5 

55.2 



152.4 

122.0 

413.5 

2,709.9 

74.5 

373.7 

34.8 

518.8 

3,205.6 

117.9 

649.5 
70.0 

218.7 

77.3 

209.4 



17.8 

60.3 

48.3 

235.0 

242.0 

195.0 
57.9 



72, 
113. 

27, 



59.9 

209.2 

65.4 

10.0 

451.8 



38.4 
234.9 

24.6 
371.8 

55.6 



151.7 

134.0 

467.1 

2,984.2 

81.0 

412.8 

32.4 

529.8 

3,307.8 

116.0 



638. 

87, 
318, 

75, 

238, 



15.1 
58.3 
36.4 

-224.1 
214.0 

196.1 
59.6 
81.7 

111.7 
30.0 

61.0 

226.9 

71.3 

10.6 

465.3 

42.2 
256.7 

23.6 
374.8 

64.6 



0.7 



2.4 



1.9 
10.9 



1.6 



2.7 

2.0 

11.9 

10.9 

28.0 



1.4 



1.0 



12.0 

53.6 

274.3 

6.5 

39.1 



11.0 
102.2 



17.0 
99.6 



29.4 



1.1 
1.7 
9.3 



2.4 

1.1 

17.7 

5.9 

0.6 

13.5 

3.8 
21.8 



3.0 
9.0 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 


—RURAL 


POWER DISTRICT 


LOADS, 1933-34-35 


Rural power district 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1934-35 




Oct. 1933 


Oct. 1934 


Oct. 1935 


Decrease 


Increase 


Alliston 


69.3 

3.2 

93.0 

233.4 

45.5 

110.0 

137.6 

5.0 

42.8 
103.3 


74.5 

3.2 

144.0 

227.4 

42.9 

112.6 

131.6 

5.0 

46.1 

94.7 


86.9 

3.2 

152.0 

240.8 

64.3 

116.0 

138.0 

5.0 

55.5 

141.4 




12.4 


Arthur 






Bala 




8.0 


Barrie 




13.4 


Baysville 




21.4 


Beaumaris 




3.4 


Beaverton 




6.4 


Beeton 






Bradford 




9.4 


Bruce 




46.7 



36 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS, 1933-34-35 

— Concluded 



Rural power district 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1934-35 




Oct. 1933 


Oct. 1934 Oct. 1935 


Decrease 


Increase 


Buckskin 


12.0 

35.7 

8.9 

0.8 

55.0 

66.3 

8.0 
27.7 
93.4 
48.2 

191.7 

136.2 

33.4 

21.0 

21.0 

28.1 
34.9 
53.0 
141.0 
10.3 

12.3 
29.3 
124.1 
50.0 
16.3 

43.9 
105.1 
114.6 
106.2 


17.9 

50.5 

8.7 

0.8 

55.0 

65.5 

7.7 

26.7 

101.8 

59.5 

179.6 

142.9 

37.9 

20.0 

22.0 

32.8 
36.1 
37.0 
112.0 
10.3 

9.2 

31.1 

128.7 

51.5 

13.1 

35.0 

97.4 

86.0 

106.7 


19.3 

51.9 

7.3 

0.8 

55.0 

67.0 

8.3 

22.3 

75.6 

57.8 

127.3 

152.5 

41.4 

19.0 

41.1 

32.4 
47.9 
36.7 
124.6 
10.3 

7.8 

31.6 

106.3 

58.3 

13.6 

47.6 
121.3 

79.0 
110.9 




1.4 


Cannington 




1.4 


Chatsworth 


1.4 




Cooksto wn 




Creemore 






Elmvale 




1.5 


Flesherton 




0.6 


Gravenhurst 


4.4 

26.2 

1.7 

52.3 




Hawkestone 




Huntsville 




Innisfil 




Mariposa 


9.6 


Markdale 




3.5 


Medonte 


1.0 




Midland 


19.1 


Nottawasaga 


0.4 




Orangeville 


11.8 


Owen Sound. ... 


0.3 




Port Perry 


12.6 


Ripley . 






Sauble 


1.4 




Shelburne 


0.5 


Sparrow Lake. . 


22.4 




Tara 


6.8 


Thornton... . 




0.5 


Utterson 




12.6 


Uxbridge 




23.9 


Wasaga Beach 


7.0 




Wroxeter 


4.2 









EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 



The load on the Eastern Ontario system continued to show substantial 
gains. The monthly primary load peaks exceeded the corresponding peaks 
in any year. The maximum primary peak increased 11.9 per cent, and the total 
primary kilowatt-hours increased 6.7 per cent over 1934. 

Secondary power was supplied to the steam generator at the Howard 
Smith Paper Mills at Cornwall at full generator capacity throughout the year, 
except for normal week-end reductions or shut downs for inspection and repair. 
148,323,900 kilowatt-hours were delivered to the steam generator, of which 
96,798,858 were derived from surplus energy available from the normally 
interconnected system sources, and the balance of 51,525,042 by transfer, 
under special arrangements with the Gatineau Power Company, from the 
25-cycle contract for the Niagara system. 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



37 



HORSEPOWER 



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HORSEPOWER 
150,000 



100.000 



50.000 



In order to facilitate the transfer of surplus capacity available from the 
Commission's generating sources in the Madawaska district a 33,000-volt 
tie line was established between Galetta and Smiths Falls transformer station. 
This extension included a section of the Rideau district lines which normally 
supplied power to Carleton Place at 26,400 volts. The tie line was connected 
directly to the 33-000-volt Madawaska district trunk line at a point near 
Galetta and terminated in a bank of three 1,500-kv-a, 33,000/2,400-volt 
transformers at Smiths Falls transformer station. The Madawaska and Rideau 
districts are normally paralleled on the 2,400-volt bus at this station. The 
capacity of the step-up connection between the 2,400-volt and 44,000-volt 
busses at Smiths Falls transformer station was increased from 1,500-kv-a to 
2,250-kv-a by the installation of an additional 750-kv-a transformer. In order 
to supply power to the town of Carleton Place from the line now operating at 
33,000 volts an outdoor 750-kv-a transformer station was constructed on the 
property immediately adjacent to the generating station. This station, in 
common with the newly established 33,000-volt tie line, was placed in service 
on September 1. 



38 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

An interconnection with the Niagara system was provided by the installa- 
tion of a 45,000-kv-a, 25-60-cycle frequency-changer set at Chats Falls 
generating station, and the construction of a short 110,000- volt, wood-pole line, 
providing facilities whereby Ottawa transformer station could be connected 
to the Niagara system high-voltage lines in the vicinity of Ottawa. 

Stream flow and storage conditions on the various watersheds in the 
system were, from a power generation viewpoint, uniformly satisfactory 
throughout the year. 

In order to supply power to the village of Cobden in the Madawaska 
district a 225-kv-a, 3-phase, 6,600/2,300-volt transformer station was con- 
structed at the western limits of the village and placed in service on November 
26. Power is supplied to this transformer station over a newly constructed 
6, 600- volt transmission line extending from Renfrew. 

A new 100-kv-a, single-phase, 26,400/6, 600- volt transformer station was 
erected at the outskirts of Perth to serve the Perth rural power district. This 
station was placed in service on July 28. 

During the year the usual programme of general plant inspection and main- 
tenance was carried out. All turbines were unwatered and inspected and minor 
repairs and adjustments made. Where possible and necessary, forebays were 
unwatered, racks thoroughly cleaned, sunken debris removed, and those 
portions of the concrete usually under water carefully inspected. The governors 
in the various plants were inspected and adjusted. Lightning arresters were all 
carefully inspected and overhauled during the winter. High-tension oil-breakers 
were inspected and overhauled in accordance with the number of times they 
had operated under trouble conditions. The usual programme of painting 
buildings, structures and apparatus was carried out at numerous places. Some 
of the work is outlined in the following paragraphs. 

Generating Stations 

At Sidney, plant No. C-2, two concrete piers on the downstream side of 
the plant were repaired. The 6,600-volt outgoing feeders were all rearranged, 
giving the station a much neater appearance from the highway which passes 
in front of the plant. The station site was further improved with the planting 
of approximately 58,000 seedling trees. 

At Meyersburg, plant No. C-8, the windings of all generators were treated 
with an insulating paint which was applied by spray gun. The core of one of 
the 2,000-kv-a "transformers was removed from the tank for inspection, and 
the oil in all transformers was filtered. The 44, 000- volt' oil-breaker on the 
station service transformer was removed and replaced by fuses as it could be 
used to better advantage elsewhere. The relay system was improved by using 
pilot wires between the plant and Ranney Falls, from which station plant 
No. C-8 is controlled. The 48-volt station storage battery was replaced. 

At Hagues Reach, plant No. C-9, the windings of all generators were 
treated with an insulating paint which was applied by spray gun. The 44,000- 
volt oil-breaker on the station service transformer was removed and replaced 
by fuses as it could be used to better advantage elsewhere. This also applies 
to an oil-breaker which was removed from one of the high-tension lines leaving 
this station, the line being connected permanently to the high-tension bus. 
A number of defective high-tension bushings were replaced on the 44,000- volt 
oil-breakers. 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



39 



HORSEPOWER 



HORSEPOWER 



30.000 



20.000 



10.000 



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40.000 



30.000 



20.000 



10.000 



At Ranney Falls, plant No. C-10, a considerable amount of routine 
maintenance work was carried out. Three broken gate arms were replaced on 
one of the turbines. Extensive painting was done inside the plant. 

At Seymour, plant No. C-ll, one of the main turbines was dismantled, 
the shaft was trued up, the lower guide bearing rebabbitted and the turbine 
generally overhauled. Twelve new stop logs were framed and creosoted. 

At Heely Falls, plant No. C-14, the downstream runner of one turbine 
was badly eroded, and effective repairs were made by welding. The concrete 



40 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



TH£ 



Graphs Showing 

PRECIPITATION antk OTONAB EC WATERSHED 
1935 



!. - Peterboro 
7. -Urtdsoy 

3 -Apslay 

4 - Bancroft 
5. -Haliburlon 



NOTE:- The Actual ono 1 Nsrnwi Precipes Hon fl<p*s sWa in (lj»» a^pkv 
iOH frit m»mtrrcal loiaiS if raiw-ns fHwn tnt.fivt $M>ans listed,. 
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1935 ! Jc 



Feb- Mar Apr. May June July : Aug. Sept. 



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Nov. Dec. 1935 



PLATE A— PRECIPITATION DATA— 1935 

The upper graph represents the estimated actual monthly precipitation on the Otonabee 
watershed expressed as a percentage of the normal precipitation. 

The estimate is based upon the actual and normal return of the Meteorological Service for 
Peterboro, Lindsay, Bancroft and Haliburton. 

Although the numerical values differ from month to month the normal precipitation is taken 
as 100 per cent, hence the solidity hatched areas represent the amount by which the precipitation 
exceeded the average while the dotted hatched area represents in a similar manner the deficiencies. 

The lower graph shows the actual and normal precipitation in inches of rain. 

Graph. No. 3 — Average daily wastage at all H-E.P.C. plants. In the weekly aggregate the area under 
this graph equals the wastage represented by the dotted hatched area between curves 
2 and 1a. 

Graph No. 5 — Midnight elevations of Rice Lake. 

Graph No. 6 — Midnight elevations of Heely-Hastings reach. 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



41 



HYOf*0—£l.eC7ftK POWZfi COMMISSION Of 
Ctntra/ Onlai to fiiairh i 
GENERAL OPERATING DATA 
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December 9, 1934, to December 8, 1935 
Notes for Eastern Ontario District General Operating Data Curves 
Graph No. 1 — System average weekly load in kilowatts which includes power purchased from the 

Gatineau Power Company. 
Graph No. 1a — Weekly average load in kilowatts supplied by H-E.P.C. plants on the Trent and 

Otonabee rivers. 
Graph No. 2 — Weekly average power equivalent of total flow at all H-E.P.C. Plants. This equals the 
weekly average load supplied by these plants, plus the power equivalent of the weekly 
average wastage at these plants. This wastage is shown by the dotted hatched area 
between curves 2 and 1a. 

(Explanation continued on page 40, facing) 



42 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

gains in the trash slide were repaired. Sections of brickwork over some of the 
windows and the main entrance door were replaced. 

At Auburn, plant No. C-18, all turbines were overhauled, broken gates 
being replaced in two of the units. A number of defective bushings were replaced 
on the high-tension oil-breakers. 

At Fenelon Falls, plant No. C-30, the turbines were unwatered and in- 
spected, and one broken gate was repaired by welding. Defective collector rings 
were replaced on No. 1 generator, and 64 coils were replaced on No. 2 generator 
which failed in service. 

At High Falls generating station on the Mississippi river approximately 
25 feet of the wood-stave pipe line was badly rotted and had to be replaced. 
A new set of 46 stop logs was framed for use at the head gate. 

At Calabogie generating station on the Madawaska river a new timber 
head-gate gantry was erected, replacing the old gantry, the timbers of which 
had become badly rotted. 

Municipal, Distributing and Switching Stations 

At Belleville No. 1 distributing station the cores were removed from the 
tanks of the five 750-kv-a transformers and thoroughly cleaned. The water- 
cooling coils of all transformers were scraped and examined, and the oil filtered. 

At Belleville switching station the old type oil-breakers on three of the 
high-tension lines were replaced by the oil-breakers removed from plants 
No. C-8 and C-9. All the disconnecting switches and air-break switches were 
overhauled, and all insulator units were tested. 

At Brockville a second 44,000-volt circuit was extended into the distri- 
buting station, and an additional 44,000-volt oil-breaker was installed, thereby 
providing a double source of supply to Brockville. 

At Cornwall transformer station a number of operating betterments were 
carried out, included in which was the installation of an oil-breaker on the 
44,000-volt line feeding north to Alexandria. A new 130-volt station battery 
was installed in connection with the operation of the relay system, oil-breakers, 
etc., at this station. 

At Cardinal distributing station the 300-kv-a transformer was replaced 
owing to trouble which developed in the transformer, the primary cause of which 
was leakage of the oil when numerous small punctures developed in the tank. 

At Arnprior distributing station an oil-breaker and disconnecting switches 
were installed on the low- voltage side of the 450-kv-a bank of transformers. 

At Port Hope switching station a number of defective timbers were 
replaced in the structure, pin-type insulators were replaced by strain-type 
units, and obsolete grounding switches were replaced by switches of recent 
manufacture. 

High-Voltage Transmission Lines 

The inspection and maintenance of high-voltage transmission lines was 
actively carried out during the year. 21,000 pin-type insulators were tested or 
inspected, of which 1,750 were found defective and replaced. 748 poles were 
stubbed, and 156 poles were replaced due to rot at the ground line. The oper- 
ating mechanism on a number of the 44,000-volt line air-break switches was 
changed from the rotating to the lever type, thereby providing a much safer 
and more positive operation. On August 1, during a wind storm of cyclonic 
proportions, a steel tower on the 110,000- volt line, which extends between 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



43 



Ottawa and Cornwall, collapsed and was completely destroyed. Service was 
restored by the erection of a temporary wood-pole structure, the steel tower 
being replaced at a later date. A number of highway, railway and foreign wire 
crossings were rebuilt to conform with present day standard requirements. 
The usual programme of tree trimming and weed cutting was carried out on 
the various high-tension and low-tension line sections. 

Meter Department and Repair Shops 

An extensive programme of routine field work was carried out by the 
Meter department. Special tests relating to telephone interference, ground 
conductivity and voltage conditions were made at different points on the 
system. The department is responsible for the operation and maintenance of 
ail metering and relay equipment on the system, and is available on request 
to any municipality wishing to have electrical measurements made or technical 
problems investigated. 

The Belleville machine and meter repair shop continued to test and repair 
service meters for municipal and rural systems. 3,332 meters were repaired and 
1,035 new meters handled. Over 500 samples of oil received from the field were 
tested during the year. 

EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1933-34-35 



Municipality 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1934-35 




Oct. 1933 


Oct. 1934 


Oct. 1935 


Decrease 


Increase 


Alexandria 


227.7 

32.4 

74.4 

29.2 

3,786.6 

76.1 
1,528.8 

279.9 
2,329.1 

142.3 

1,030.8 
159.9 

1,501.3 
126.8 
118.5 

44.9 

73.9 

131.3 

246.2 

5,429.6 

223.8 

71.8 

43.8 

1,760.1 

152.1 

84.7 
21.8 
85.2 
75.6 
978.7 


207.4 

30.3 

74.4 

27.3 

3,866.9 

76.3 

1,688.1 
267.8 

2,497.3 
148.4 

1,014.7 
170.1 

1,317.7 
137.0 
126.6 

43.5 

87.4 

126.1 

272.1 

5,921.3 

206.1 

79.0 

36.0 

1,866.1 

146.6 

94.2 
22.5 
73.4 
76.5 
953.2 


207.1 
31.9 

77.7 

27.8 

4,235.0 

76.5 
1,765.8 

274.0 
2,628.6 

154.1 

1,288.8 
230.5 

1,396.8 
133.5 
131.8 

53.5 

85.9 

117.5 

290.8 

6,478.5 

233.7 

74.8 

47.2 

1,913.0 

161.6 

93.3 
25.3 

87.1 

66.5 

1,043.6 


0.3 




Apple Hill 


1.6 


Athens 




3.3 


Bath 




0.5 


Belleville 




368.1 


Bloomfield 




0.2 


Bowman ville 




77.7 


Brighton 




6.2 


B rock ville 




131.3 


Cardinal 




5.7 


Carleton Place 




274.1 


Chesterville 




60.4 


Cobourg 




79.1 


Colborne 


3.5 




Deseronto 


5.2 


Finch 




10.0 


Hastings 


1.5 

8.6 




Havelock 




Kemptville 


18.7 


Kingston 




557.2 


Lakefield 




27.6 


Lanark 


4.2 




Lancaster 


11.2 


Lindsay 




46.9 


Madoc 




15.0 


Marmora 


0.9 




Martintown 


2.8 


Maxville 




13.7 


Millbrook 


10.0 




Napanee 


90.4 



44 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1933-34-35 

— Continued 



Municipality 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1934-35 




Oct. 1933 


Oct. 1934 


Oct. 1935 


Decrease 


Increase 


Newburgh 


45.6 
101.0 
96.1 
97.7 
78.6 

6,722.5 

26,208.0 

1,135.4 

6,407.7 

869.8 

1,149.1 

696.5 

47.4 

51.1 

1,468.4 

213.1 

2,911.1 

145.9 

73.4 

167.5 

69.4 
987.9 
198.4 
231.5 


39.5 
102.5 
102.0 
102.0 

74.9 

8,859.2 

26,954.1 

1,139.4 

6,095.3 

868.7 

1,178.6 

705.8 

47.7 

41.3 

1,549.6 

243.9 

2,948.5 

165.8 

64.9 

199.7 

68.3 
994.6 
212.4 
213.2 


40.1 
109.1 

95.2 
128.8 

76.7 

12,690.2 

26,869.9 

1,254.1 

7,140.3 

864.3 

1,358.4 

758.1 

45.5 

42.4 

1,626.1 

257.3 

2,985.3 

162.7 

63.8 

177.4 

69.9 
966.5 
236.8 
234.8 




0.6 


Newcastle 




6.6 


Norwood 


6.8 




Omemee 


26.8 


Orono 




1.8 


Oshawa 




3,831.0 


Ottawa 


84.2 


Perth 


114.7 


Peterborough 




1,045.0 


Picton 


4.4 




Port Hope 


179.8 


Prescott 




52.3 


Richmond 


2.2 




Russell 


1.1 


Smiths Falls 




76.5 


Stirling 




13.4 


Trenton 




36.8 


Tweed 


3.1 

1.1 

22.3 




Warkworth 




Wellington 




Westport 


1.6 


Whitby 


28.1 




Williamsburg 


24.4 


Winchester 




21.6 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM— 


LOADS OF NEW MUNICIPALITY 


Municipality 


Date 
connected 


Initial 
load 


Oct. 1935 


Change 
Decrease 


in load 
Increase 


Cobden 


Nov. 26, 1934 


56.3 


53.6 


2.7 









EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM— RURAL POWER 


DISTRICT LOADS, 1933-34-35 


Rural power district 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1934-35 




Oct. 1933 


Oct. 1934 


Oct. 1935 


Decrease 


Increase 


Alexandria 


31.5 

324.8 
106.4 

22.8 
298.2 

69.5 
184.3 
270.7 
120.0 

52.5 


31.0 
310.8 
102.7 

22.8 
278.1 

65.6 
170.1 
279.1 

97.8 
48.9 


33.2 
347.4 
112.2 

23.3 
325.8 

57.7 

199.1 

303.0 

92.0 

97.2 




2.2 


Belleville 




36.6 


Bowman ville 




9.5 


Brighton 




0.5 


Brockville 




47.7 


Campbellford 


7.9 




Chesterville 


29.0 


Cobourg 




23.9 


Colborne 


5.8 




Fenelon Falls . 


48.3 









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EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

(60 CYCLES) 

DIAGRAM OF STATIONS 

AS AT OCTOBER 31. 1955 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



45 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS, 1933-34-35 

— Concluded 



Rural power district 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct. 1933 Oct. 1934 Oct. 1935 



Change in load 
1934-35 



Decrease Increase 



Iroquois 

Kemptville... 

Kingston 

Lakefield 

Lindsay 

Martintown.. 

Maxville 

Millbrook 

Napanee 

Nepean 

Newcastle 

Norwood 

Omemee 

Oshawa 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Prescott 

Stirling 

Smiths Falls 
Trenton 

Warkworth... 

Wellington... 

Williamsburg 



428.1 


408.8 


453.0 


19.3 


20.7 


25.0 


356.0 


360.7 


408.0 


34.3 


39.6 


47.2 


16.4 


16.4 


25.6 


47.4 


51.8 


69.4 


156.6 


157.4 


170.8 


36.3 


42.1 


45.4 


213.9 


211.1 


219.5 


590.6 


582.3 


635.4 


63.6 


63.4 


66.9 


22.9 


19.8 


24.4 


2.0 


4.8 


4.8 


626.2 


727.8 


821.6 


34.8 


26.8 


25.8 


391.1 


438.8 


456.0 


106.4 


116.6 


138.0 


46.2 


50.5 


51.7 


183.7 


156.1 


176.1 


204.7 


209.3 


238.1 


3.0 


3.0 


3.6 


176.5 


173.8 


244.7 


73.3 


82.8 


86.4 



1.0 



44.2 
4.3 

47.3 
7.6 
9.2 

17.6 

13.4 

3.3 

8.4 

53.1 

3.5 

4.6 



93 



17.2 

21.4 

1.2 

20.0 

28.8 

0.6 

70.9 

3.6 



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FORT WILLIAM R.PO. 

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22,000 V. 



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MUNICIPAL STATIONS 

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THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 

(60 CYCLES) 

DIAGRAM OF STATIONS 

AS AT OCTOBER 31. 1935 



1YDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 
OF ONTARIO 



46 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



HORSEPOWER 



150,000 



125.000 



100.000 



75,000 



50.000 



25.000 



HORSEPOWER 



-■125,000 




100,000 



75,000 



50,000 



25.000 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 



The load on the Thunder Bay system increased over the previous year. 
While a large amount of power was again sold for the generation of process 
steam (utilized in the pulp and paper industry) the increase was mainly in 
primary load. The average load generated for all purposes increased 9.9 per 
cent and the average monthly peak increased 4.5 per cent over 1934. The 
highest load demand on the system was in March, when the maximum twenty- 
minute peak generated was 123,000 horsepower. 

There was no restriction of power supply or serious interruption of service 
to any customer, the generating stations, transformer stations, and transmission 
lines having all functioned reliably and satisfactorily. 

No repairs of major importance were necessary to the generating units 
at either the Cameron Falls or Alexander generating stations. Routine main- 
tenance work was done as opportunity offered when individual units could be 
temporarily released from service. Considerable maintenance work of a general 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



47 



HORSEPOWER 



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FEB 

MAR 
APR 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 


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JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
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APR 
MAY 


4UNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 
JAN 
FEB 
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JULY 
AUG 
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NOV 
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AUG 
SEPT 
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JUNE 

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SEPT 
OCT 

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125,000 



100,000 



75,000 



50,000 



25,000 



routine nature was carried out on the power transformers at the generating 
stations and also at Port Arthur and Fort William transformer stations. All 
these units operated satisfactorily with the exception of a service transformer 
at Alexander generating station, in which a bushing failed and was replaced. 
At Cameron Falls transformer station a forced air-cooling system was installed 
on the 1,200-kv-a transformer bank supplying the mining customers. 

The 110,000-volt transmission lines system caused little trouble. There 
were a number of flashovers during electrical storms, causing interruptions of 
short duration to one or more customers, but in no case was there a total 
system interruption. The first flashover outage on the wood pole No. 1 trans- 
mission line since its erection fifteen years ago occurred on August 9, 1935, 
causing an interruption of nine minutes to the Nipigon Corporation mill and 
Nipigon township. 

Special attention was again given to the testing of insulators and the 
replacement of those found defective, and to the maintenance of poles and 
conductors. Brush was cut and the right-of-way kept in good condition. 



48 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



The precipitation in the watershed supplying this system was the highest 
recorded in the past fifteen years and amounted to nearly 33 inches. A con- 
siderable amount of water was wasted during the year, but despite the high 
river flow in the Nipigon river the elevation of lake Nipigon is still 853.3, 
practically the same as a year ago. 

THUNDER BAY SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1933-34-35 



Municipality 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1934-35 




Oct. 1933 


Oct. 1934 


Oct. 1935 


Decrease 


Increase 


Fort William 


10,932.0 

101.1 

33,205.5 


10,835.8 

105.1 

26,251.5 


10,740.0 

112.5 

34,396.3 


95.8 




Nipigon Township 


7.4 


Port Arthur 




8,144.8 









THUNDER BAY SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS 



Rural power district 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct. 1933 



Oct. 1934 



Oct. 1935 



Change in load 
1934-35 



Increase 



Fort William. . . 


80.0 
33.2 


83.7 
37.5 


111.2 

47.0 




27.5 


Port Arthur 




9.5 









MANITOULIN DISTRICT 

Supplying Power to the 

MANITOULIN RURAL POWER DISTRICT 

The year's operation of the Manitoulin district was satisfactory. Of six 
major interruptions to service totalling 6 hours 23 minutes, two, totalling 
2 hours 34 minutes, were required by the Manitoulin Pulp Co. to effect repairs 
to their generating equipment, and the remainder were necessary to permit 
repairs and extensions to the Commission's equipment. Maintenance of the 
Commission's equipment was confined to the painting of the exterior surfaces 
of the three 100-kv-a transformers at Kagawong distributing station and the 
testing and replenishment of oil in these transformers. 

MANITOULIN RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS, 1933-34-35 



Rural power district 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1934-35 




Oct. 1933 


Oct. 1934 


Oct. 1935 


Decrease 


Increase 


Manitoulin . 


79.9 


87.9 


113.9 




26.0 









1936 



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Generating Stations 



Nipissing District 



At Nipissing generating station both turbines were overhauled, new gate 
bolts of Netherton steel, new split bronze gate links and new design gate link 
pins being installed. All gates were drilled and equipped with high pressure 
grease fittings. Gate limit stop devices were installed on both turbines. 

Four 22,000-volt bus insulators broken by lightning were replaced, and 
the 22,000-volt line breaker was readjusted at the same time. 

One hundred cubic yards of rock fill were placed at the headworks. Twelve 
new stop logs were provided for the main dam and a number of seams and 
holes in the concrete were repaired. 

On the wood-stave pipe line four decayed bench sills were replaced, and 
one hundred steel plates over tarred felt sheets were installed under bands 
at leaky butt joints. Pipe line grade was trimmed and ditches cleaned out. 

All necessary maintenance, painting, etc., of buildings was carried out. 

At Bingham Chute generating station routine maintenance necessary to 
keep buildings and equipment up to the usual high standard was carried out. 
Two defective coils in No. 1 generator and a low tension disconnecting switch 
in the power house were replaced. One defective 22,000-volt fuse and six fuse 
clips were replaced on the outdoor structure. 



50 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

A pump house was built over the new deep well, and pump and pressure 
tank installed. The water services to the various operators' houses were con- 
nected to this supply. 

At Elliott Chute generating station necessary maintenance of buildings 
and equipment was performed. Twenty cubic yards of gravel fill were placed on 
the dam north of the sluiceway. Drainage wells in the dam were cleaned out. 
The road into the power house was gravelled and some filling and grading done 
on the station site. 

Distributing Stations 

At Callander distributing station a new telephone protector was installed, 
replacing obsolete equipment. 

Transformer oil was filtered, all electrical equipment was inspected and 
adjusted, and necessary maintenance of buildings was carried out. 

At the Canadian Timber Company distributing station all electrical 
connections, etc., were checked, and oil tested. 

At North Bay No. 1, Z4, distributing station floating contacts in the 
graphic voltmeter were found to cause radio interference. These were adjusted 
and the trouble eliminated. Two bushings on the 22,000- volt line oil-breaker 
shattered by lightning were replaced and the breaker adjusted. 

At North Bay No. 2, Z9, distributing station a new 12-cell storage battery 
was installed to replace a worn out tripping battery. 

Transmission Lines 

85 insulators, broken by stones and rifle bullets, and three, found to cause 
radio interference, were replaced. Two new poles were installed, and nine 
others with necessary guys and guy stubs were moved, due to road construction 
and relocation. Underbrushing of right-of-way for 93 pole spans was carried out. 
Six crossings over telephone lines and one over a railroad were rebuilt and 
reinforced. 

Storage 

Water storage conditions were satisfactory throughout the year. 

On Gull Lake storage dam about 180 cubic yards of gravel and 48 cubic 
yards of rock were placed to raise and widen the fill. This completes the eight 
year programme of rehabilitation of storage dams initiated in 1928. 

Routine maintenance was carried out on the other storage dams. 

Sudbury District 
Generating Stations 

At Coniston generating station new lifting rods for drain plugs were 
installed in No. 1 turbine. No. 2 governor pump was completely overhauled 
and reconditioned and fitted with leather cup pistons in place of the cast iron 
and ring type. No. 3 turbine was inspected, gates adjusted, and turbine refitted 
with shields which had been removed previously, new wrist pins fitted on 
shift ring arms and bearings adjusted. Nos. 1 and 2 crossover valves were 
overhauled and fitted with new screws and No. 2 with new rubbing strips. 
Adjustments were made to lignum vitae bearing and stuffing box of No. 2 
exciter turbine. 



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THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



51 



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On the evening of July 6, an extremely heavy rainfall caused considerable 
damage in the area around the town of Coniston. The river flow increased so 
rapidly that the operating staff at the Coniston generating station was unable 
to remove the stop logs from the dam in time to prevent the forebay over- 
flowing and washing out roads to the storehouse and generating station. The 
road from the highway to the plant was also washed out in several places, one 
culvert having to be entirely rebuilt. The necessary repairs were made to 
these roads. 

At McVittie generating station both turbines were inspected and fitted 
with new lignum vitae rear bearings, and new plates on gate shaft packing 
glands. The exciter turbine was inspected and cleaned and repairs made to the 
governor cylinder head. 

The lead-covered cables between the generators and the low-tension 
switching equipment, on which certain defects had developed, were replaced 
by new cables. 

The lightning arresters and oil-breakers were inspected and adjusted, and 
the voltage regulator, which developed defects, was repaired and returned to 
service. 

The pole line to Burwash Industrial Farm was rebuilt and restrung for 
3-phase, 8,000-volt service. 

The necessary maintenance and painting of buildings and structures was 
carried out. 

At Stinson generating station both turbines were inspected, greased and 
clearances adjusted. Two worn wrist pins in No. 2 turbine were replaced and 
the gate shaft packing gland in No. 1 turbine repaired. 



52 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

Transmission Lines 

Road construction by the Northern Development department between 
Coniston and Stinson caused some damage to lines due to blasting, and necessi- 
tated the relocation of one pole guy to clear a road ditch. Thirteen defective 
insulators, eleven of which were broken by stones and bullets, were replaced 
between Coniston and Sudbury. One defective rock anchor between Stinson 
and Coniston was replaced. 

A 4, 000- volt line was built from Sudbury to the Subdury Star broad- 
casting station, the 22,000-volt line from Neelon Junction to Capreol was 
rebuilt, and the Treadwell-Yukon line from Stobie Crossing to the mine station 
near Chelmsford was dismantled. 

Brush was cut on the lines from Coniston to Stinson, Coniston to McVittie 
and Coniston to Sudbury. 

Wanapitei Lake Telephone Line 

One pole near Garson, broken by a motor car, was replaced. A new crossing 
over the International Nickel Company spur into a gravel pit was installed, 
and brush was cut and burned over about five miles of line. 

Storage 

Water storage conditions were satisfactory throughout the year. 

Abitibi District 

Generation 

Two main generating units at Abitibi Canyon station were available for 
service and were operated throughout the year. The operation of these units 
was in general satisfactory and no major maintenance was required. A number 
of adjustments of a minor nature were necessary, but it was found possible to 
effect these at times when customer service was not affected. The adjustments 
were chiefly confined to the governors and the turbine gate operating 
mechanism. 

Owing to the very severe climate encountered at the Abitibi Canyon, 
outdoor apparatus is subject to unusually severe effects of moisture condensa- 
tion. In order to avoid trouble from this cause, control and service circuits in 
all outdoor motors must be meggered frequently and dried out at intervals. 
In some instances, heaters were installed in outdoor motors to keep them dry 
during idle periods. 

Some difficulty has also been experienced in the operation of outdoor 
switching equipment and sluice gate operating mechanisms during the winter 
due to the accumulation of ice and frozen spray on moving parts. Where it 
was possible to do so with advantage, electric heaters were installed to combat 
this condition, and several improvements in the design of the switching equip- 
ment have been undertaken. 

Routine tests were conducted on all equipment according to a definite 
schedule, and the necessary maintenance carried out. 

During May the Commission and the contractor resumed work, installing 
additional generating units at Abitibi Canyon and since that time the operating 
staff have co-operated with both wherever their assistance was required. 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



53 



HORSEPOWER 



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HORSEPOWER 



150,000 



1 25,000 



100,000 



75,000 



50,000 



25,000 



Transmission 

Operation of the high-tension and low-tension lines on the district was 
satisfactory. 

There were twelve automatic interruptions of the 132,000-volt steel-tower 
lines between Abitibi Canyon and Copper Cliff; ten were due to lightning, 
one to fog, and one to causes external to these lines. 

Of a total of eleven automatic interruptions of the 132,000-volt lines be- 
tween Abitibi Canyon, Kirkland Lake and Matachewan, three were due to 
lightning, two to wet snow, one to accidental felling of a tree on the line, one 
to failure of a line switch, two to unknown causes and two to causes external 
to these lines. 

On January 23, the dead-ending device on one conductor of the 132,000- 
volt line at Iroquois Falls outdoor switching structure failed due to excessive 
strain during a cold spell when the temperature reached 72 degrees below zero. 
Following this failure the strain was transferred to a line disconnecting switch, 
the blade mounting of which also failed. The failure which occurred a few 



54 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

minutes after midnight was located and cleared by the patrol staff within 
2 3^2 hours of its occurrence despite the severe cold. Additional sag was later 
inserted in the line and the switch repaired. 

On September 25, during a very severe wind and electrical storm one steel 
tower on the Hunta-Smooth Rock Falls line was blown to the ground. This 
tower was replaced with another tower from stock, the footings of which were 
anchored more securely than the original. 

During the spring break-up several steel towers on the Abitibi Canyon to 
Hunta, and Hunta to Copper Cliff lines were heaved by frost. Although this 
is a common experience with towers erected in clay, no effective remedy has 
yet been found. The affected towers have been reset and various corrective 
measures are being tried. 

With the exception of the particular instances referred to above, line 
maintenance was confined to the replacement of defective insulators, the 
majority of which were damaged by stones or rifle bullets, and to brush cutting 
along the right-of-way. 

Several forest fires occurred in the vicinity of the Commission's lines 
during the year but no damage resulted. 

Transformation 

All transformer stations in the district being comparatively new, station 
maintenance was confined to minor details. 

At Kirkland Lake transformer station a newly-installed spare 9,500-kv-a, 
67,900 12, 000- volt transformer was tested and found satisfactory for service 
on December 2, 1934. A second 12,000-volt feeder out of this station, to permit 
doubling the amount of power delivered to the Canada Northern Power 
Corporation, was tested and found ready for service on October 20. 

On March 3 an attempt to place the Ramore transformer station in service 
was unsuccessful due to a defect in the 3-phase, 1,000-kv-a, 121,000/27,720-volt 
transformer. This transformer was replaced and the station placed in service, 
making initial delivery of power to the Hollinger Consolidated Gold Mines 
property in Hislop township on March 19. 

On April 11 Matachewan distributing station was placed in service. This 
station feeds the domestic and commercial consumers in the townsite of 
Matachewan. 

On April 21 the Timmins transformer station was placed in operation 
rendering service to the Central Porcupine Gold Mines. 

General 

On November 5, 1934, the supply of power to the Abitibi Power and Paper 
Company mill at Iroquois Falls for steam generation was resumed. This supply 
had been discontinued on August 1, 1934. 

On April 30, 1935, Vimy Gold Mines Limited were advised that the 
Commission's facilities for supplying them with power from Ramore trans- 
former station were complete and ready for service. The customer was not 
ready to take power at this time but accepted delivery on May 27. 

On September 30, 1935, initial delivery of power to Pamour Porcupine 
Mines Limited from Timmins transformer station was made. 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



55 



Owing to the rapid expansion of the Abitibi district, involving frequent 
construction of new stations and new lines, and extensions and additions to 
existing stations and lines, it was necessary to arrange a large number of 
interruptions to customers' services to permit tying in and testing new equip- 
ment. Every effort was made to co-ordinate construction and maintenance 
work so as to keep such interruptions to a minimum, and the customers affected 
were consulted beforehand so that the interruptions could take place at times 
least inconvenient to them. 

Espanola District 

Operation of the Espanola district was satisfactory. Two interruptions to 
McMillan Gold Mines service, totalling 17 hours 30 minutes, were necessary to 
permit the Abitibi Power and Paper Co. to overhaul their generating equipment 
at Espanola. Two interruptions, totalling 2 hours 7 minutes, were required to 
permit changing of broken insulators on the transmission line, and two interrup- 
tions, totalling ' 1 hour 30 minutes, were required to permit installation of 
metering equipment by the Commission at McMillan mine and at Espanola 
generating station. The maintenance of the transmission line was confined to 
the replacement of insulators which had been broken by stones or rifle bullets. 



HORSEPOWER 



HORSEPOWER 



4,000 



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Patricia District 

The generating and transformer station at Ear Falls on the English river 
operated satisfactorily. The average load increased 13.2 per cent, and the 
average monthly peak 17.6 per cent over 1934. 

Two new customers were added to this system, the McKenzie Red Lake 
Gold Mines in January and the Red Lake Gold Shore Mines in September, the 
latter taking only a small amount of power up to the end of the year. 



56 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

Routine maintenance work was done on all electrical and hydraulic 
equipment, and on two occasions, by arrangement with customers, the gener- 
ating unit was shut down for special inspection and repairs. These interruptions 
were on July 14, 8 hours 4 minutes and August 18, 1 hour. 

The 44,000-volt transmission line circuit which is owned by the Howey 
Gold Mines Limited, functioned satisfactorily, and was operated and main- 
tained for this company by the Commission's staff under the same cost 
arrangement as heretofore. There were four outages on this circuit during the 
season due to lightning. While no permanent damage was done to the line 
during any storm and the line was ready for immediate resumption of service, 
one of these interruptions was materially extended due to trouble with the 
telephone system which was later located and rectified. 

Two short interruptions in close succession occurred on March 9, due to 
failure of a bushing on the transformer bank at the McKenzie Red Lake Gold 
Mines. Their own fuses functioned simultaneously with the oil breaker at Ear 
Falls generating station. 

The flow in the English river was regulated and controlled by means 
of the Lac Seul conservation dam at Ear Falls as required by the Lake-of-the- 
Woods Control Board. 

The precipitation in the vicinity of Ear Falls was above normal, being 
30 inches during the year. The elevation of Lac Seul has steadily risen to a 
high point of 1,168.9 as compared with the previous year's high level of 1,166.95. 
While a relatively large river flow was permitted, this was of necessity governed 
to some extent by the plant and system load conditions which required a 
maximum head to secure the most efficient operation and output of the 
generating unit. 

St. Joseph District 

The generating station at Rat Rapids on the Albany river, at the outlet 
of lake St. Joseph, was placed in service on March 21, 1935. Power is supplied 
over a 22,000-volt transmission line to three mining developments situated 
about 27 miles in a northerly direction from the generating station. 

On the whole, service to customers was satisfactory, though certain 
difficulties presented themselves inasmuch as all equipment is on a single-unit 
basis and trouble with any part involves the whole. 

The 10-minute system peak increased from a low point of 250 kilowatts in 
March to 980 kilowatts in October. Thus the single generating unit is now 
operated close to its capacity limits. 

The 22,000-volt single-circuit transmission line between the generating 
station and the mining properties functioned satisfactorily. There were four 
short outages of this circuit due to lightning, one on July 11, two on July 16, 
and one on October 16, but no permanent damage to the line resulted. A rather 
large amount of maintenance work has already been necessary, straightening 
up poles and putting in additional guys, this being to a large extent due to the 
fact that the construction of this line was completed during severe weather 
conditions, when the character of the muskeg differed considerably from its 
summer condition. 

The records so far obtained from this district indicate a relatively high 
annual precipitation. From April to October this year there was a rainfall of 



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AS AT OCTOBER 31 1935 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



57 



about 19 inches, and 14 inches of snow. The elevation of lake St. Joseph, which 
is the main water storage for the generating station, rose during the period 
under review from 1,221.92 to 1,226.33 feet. 

Owing to seasonal climatic conditions communication, except for short- 
wave radio and transportation facilities are suspended entirely for periods of 
four to six weeks during the spring and fall. Hence it is not possible to send in 
any equipment or supplies for operating and maintenance purposes during 
these periods. Similarly the Commission's employees require to purchase and 
have on hand sufficient food and household necessities to supply their needs 
until transportation re-opens. During the remainder of the year aeroplanes 
provide transportation from Hudson and Sioux Lookout almost daily, weather 
permitting. Passengers, mail, express and light freight go in by aeroplane, 
but the heavier freight is usually transported by water from Hudson, a distance 
of 150 miles, with four portages. 

NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1933-34-35 



Municipality 




Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1934-35 




Oct. 1933 


Oct. 1934 


Oct. 1935 


Decrease 


Increase 


NIPISSING DISTRICT 


Callander 


196.4 

3.0 

2,911.4 

106.5 


198.5 

3.0 

3,087.1 

103.0 


200.7 

3.0 

3,215.1 

120.4 




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Nipissing 






North Bay 




128.0 


Powassan 




17.4 








SUDBURY DISTRICT 


Sudbury 


3,599.2 


3,807.0 


4,505.3 




698.3 








ABITIBI DISTRICT— LOADS OF NEW MUNICIPALITY 


Municipality 


Date 
connected 


Initial 
load 


Oct. 1935 


Change 
Decrease 


in load 
Increase 


Matachewan Townsite 


April 11, 1935 


28.1 


51.6 




23.5 








NORTHERN ONTARIO PRC 


)PERTIES— LOADS OF RURAL POWER DISTRICTS, 
1933-34-35 


Rural power district 




Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1934-35 




Oct. 1933 


Oct. 1934 


Oct. 1935 


Decrease 


Increase 


NIPISSING DISTRICT 


North Bay 


77.9 
3.0 


100.5 
3.0 


72.0 
3.25 


28.5 




Powassan 


0.25 









58 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 



SECTION III 



MUNICIPAL WORK 



The Commission acts in an advisory capacity to the municipalities with 
which it has contracts, assisting the municipal officials to purchase, construct 
or extend distribution systems. As provided under The Power Commission Act, 
all rate adjustments are approved by the Commission, therefore a study of 
the operating conditions of all utilities is made annually and adjustments 
recommended. The Commission exercises a general supervision over the 
management and operation of all Hydro utilities and especially in munici- 
palities which are not large enough to employ a manager with the technical 
knowledge necessary for the administration of the local system. 

In rural power districts, the Commission on behalf of the township cor- 
porations operates the rural power systems, and distributes electrical energy 
to the customers of the respective corporations in all such rural power districts. 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 



In the Niagara System load increases occurred in 124 urban municipalities 
and 68 rural power districts, and small decreases were recorded in 47 urban 
municipalities and 18 rural power districts. 

The aggregate average load supplied to all customers on this system dur- 
ing the year 1935, shows a substantial upward trend for each month during 
the year. 

Engineering Assistance to Municipalities 

General engineering assistance was given to practically all municipalities 
in the Niagara system respecting the operation and management of their local 
Hydro utilities. 

Certain municipalities received special engineering advice and assistance 
regarding a number of matters, which are more fully referred to below: 

Amherstburg — New lighting, using totally indirect units, was installed 
in the Hydro office. 

Burlington — A new primary circuit was erected from Beach station to 
supply power to the town. 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 59 

Chatham — Due to dredging in the Thames river it was necessary for 
the Chatham Hydro to remove the six lead-covered cables running from the 
substation to the northern section of the city. When the work was completed, 
these cables were re-installed in a special trench in the river bed. 

Dashwood — Permission was given to change the local distribution system 
from 4,000 volts to 8,000 volts. 

Elmira — Studies were made of steam power costs in two industrial 
plants. In each case it was found that substantial annual saving could be made 
by these consumers substituting electric motors for the steam engines. 

Exeter — A new ornamental street lighting system was installed on the 
business section of the main street. The overhead wiring was eliminated in this 
section of the town and its appearance greatly improved. 

Fergus— An increase in the load of a large manufacturing plant made it 
necessary to install three 150-kv-a transformers. The local Commission was 
assisted in the selection, purchase and installation of this equipment. 

Forest Hill — The distribution system was appraised and a report sub- 
mitted to the Council with estimates of the costs of a substation and of power. 

Gait — Improvements were made to the distribution system by the local 
staff. Modern outdoor switching was installed on two 13,200-volt stations, 
also a new metal-clad secondary switch gear. The crossing over the Grand river 
on the Concession road bridge was replaced by a steel-tower, single-span 
crossing of a substantial modern type. 

A large industrial plant shut down its steam engine and replaced it with an 
A.C.-D.C. converter, of 250-horsepower capacity. This is a new load on the 
Gait system. In 1934 the Commission made a power study in this plant with 
the result that this load was secured by Gait. 

Glencoe — The Glencoe Public Utilities Commission purchased and 
remodelled the building occupied by it in the main business section. 

Goderich — A rather uncommon arrangement of equipment was installed 
in the large grain elevator. A wound-rotor, 250-horsepower, 550-volt induction 
motor was coupled to the countershaft of the steam engine which drives a 
60-cycle generator in such a manner that a very flexible use of combined steam 
and electric power, was obtained. 

Kitchener — Approximately two miles of primary and secondary dis- 
tribution lines were reconstructed and three 110-kv-a., 550-volt transformers 
were purchased to replace three 50-kv-a. transformers. This change was 
necessitated by the installation of additional motors in an industrial plant. 

Merritton — A l;500-kv-a transformer was purchased and installed to 
give service to the Garden City Paper Company. 

Norwich — An addition was made to the Public Utilities Building to 
provide better facilities for meter testing and repairing. 

Palmerston — Due to improvements on Main Street, the Commission's 
26, 000- volt line was removed and re-routed. Ornamental street-lighting 
equipment is to be installed on this street. 



60 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

Preston — The local utility office was moved from the town office and set 
up in separate premises. 

St. Marys — A power study of an industrial plant driven by a steam engine 
was made by the Commission. A possible substantial saving in power costs 
by the substitution of motor drive was shown by the report. 

St. Thomas — The Hydro-Electric Commission was replaced by a Public 
Utilities Commission, which now operates the local Hydro system, waterworks 
and gas utilities. To accommodate the additional staff an extension to the 
present office building is being constructed. 

Simcoe — The outgoing feeders from the substation were revised in con- 
junction with work done on the transformer bank. 

Stratford — Power studies were made in three industrial plants in which 
steam power was used. One of these plants shut down its steam engine in August, 
the entire plant now being electrified. The increased load is approximately 
70 horsepower. Another plant, which will have an estimated load of 275 horse- 
power, is planning to change to electric power early in 1936. 

Tillsonburg — Arrangements have been made to extend the distribution 
system to supply power for the pumps at a new well, located south-east of the 
town. 

Windsor — The municipalities of Sandwich, Windsor, Walkerville and 
East Windsor were amalgamated on July 1, 1935, and the municipality thus 
formed named the city of Windsor. The Windsor Utility Commission was 
created to administer the hydro-electric systems, as well as the other utilities. 
After alterations to the building are made, it is expected that the Hydro staffs 
of the four systems will be combined in the Windsor Hydro building. 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 

In this system increases in loads were recorded by 42 urban municipalities 
and 23 rural power districts and small decreases occurred in 23 urban muni- 
cipalities and 11 rural power districts. Five rural power districts recorded no 
change in load. Due to the fact that nearly every urban centre within the 
boundaries of the system is now a partnership municipality under The Power 
Commission Act, much of the increased load on this sytem will, in future, 
probably come from rural power districts. Many of the more important summer 
resort districts of the Province lie within the boundaries of the Georgian Bay 
system. 

In the Port Perry rural power district, a new 300-kv-a transformer station 
was placed in operation to take care of rural load exclusively. Formerly the 
municipal transformer station supplied both urban and rural districts. 

No other substantial changes or extensions were required in generating 
plant, transmission lines or transformer stations. Assistance, however, was 
rendered by the Commission to the various municipalities in connection with 
engineering and maintenance, the application of rates, and the operation of 
the local distribution systems. 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 61 

EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

In this system the loads of the municipalities continued to increase during 
1935 but at a somewhat lower rate than during the previous year. Increases 
were recorded in 39 urban municipalities and in 29 rural power districts, and 
decreases occurred in 15 urban municipalities and 3 rural power districts. 
Power supplies were ample to meet requirements. 

General engineering advice and assistance were given by the Commission 
to nearly all the municipalities comprising this system. 

Certain municipalities received special engineering advice and assistance 
in connection with the following items: 

Alexandria — Assistance was given in adjusting some accounts and col- 
lection of arrears. 

Lindsay — Negotiations were carried on with the municipality with regard 
to the purchase of the Fenelon Falls generating station owned by the Com- 
mission. 

Orono — Estimates and data were submitted with regard to the purchase 
by the municipality of the Orono distribution system. By-laws were submitted 
to the electors on January 7, and were defeated. 

THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 

The municipalities of this system experienced a successful year both from 
a financial and operating standpoint. Substantial increases in load were re- 
corded by Port Arthur and the rural power districts, and a small decrease 
occurred in Fort William. In the Little Long Lac and Sturgeon River districts, 
the loads of the two mining companies served increased, and information was 
submitted to several other mining companies, a number of which, it is antici- 
pated, may be ready to sign power contracts during 1936. Increased load was 
also taken by the various pulp and paper mills in the district, all of which 
operated during each month of the year. 

A survey was made to determine the cost of serving the pulp and paper 
industry and a report was submitted to Port Arthur and Fort William relating 
to the possibility of supplying power to the four operating mills at reduced 
rates. 

Substantial revenues were secured from the sale of at-will power to electric 
steam-generating plants situated at three of the large pulp and paper mills. 

Engineering assistance and advice concerning the maintenance and opera- 
tion of their local distribution systems was given to the cities of Fort William 
and Port Arthur and the village of Nipigon. 

MANITOULIN RURAL POWER DISTRICT 

No major extensions were made to the distribution lines in this district. 
Some new customers were served however, and a substantial increase was re- 
corded in the peak load. A study was made concerning the possibility of supply- 
ing power to Little Current, Shequindah and Manitowaning, but it was found 
that conditions were not favourable for undertaking this work at the present 
time. 



62 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 

In the Northern Ontario properties, which are operated by the Commission 
for the provincial government, increases in load were recorded by four of the 
five urban municipalities and two of the three rural power districts. Very sub- 
stantial increases however, were recorded in connection with the power sold 
to mining companies in the Abitibi district. 

Engineering assistance and advice relating to the generation, transmission 
and distribution of electrical energy was given to urban and rural communities 
in the districts of Sault Ste Marie, Kenora and Rainy River, although as yet 
the Commission has made no capital commitments in these areas. 

The following paragraphs relate to work undertaken in connection with 
municipalities and customers served in the several active districts in Northern 
Ontario. 



Nipissing District 

The loads taken by the urban municipalities and rural power districts in 
this district, remained fairly constant as compared with the previous year. 



Sudbury District 

This district comprises the territory served at 60-cycles in and around the 
city of Sudbury. Power is supplied to the city of Sudbury and to several large 
mining companies in the Sudbury basin. During the year a new contract was 
signed with the city of Sudbury, and the distribution system in that munici- 
pality, formerly owned by the Commission for serving power customers only, 
was sold to the city and included in its local distribution network. 

Assistance was given to Sudbury in connection with a revision of its rate 
schedules covering all classes of consumers, and new rates authorized and 
approved by the Commission were placed in force. The Sudbury transformer 
station is being re-constructed; obsolete equipment is being replaced and 
increased capacity provided. It is expected that this new station will be com- 
pleted and placed in operation early in 1936. 

The transmission line (formerly the property of The Treadwell Yukon 
Mining Company) between the Coniston development of the Commission and 
the Company's mining property near Chelmsford, was purchased by the 
Commission and will be utilized to supply a second transmission circuit for 
Sudbury. It will also serve the town of Capreol and adjacent consumers. 

Contracts for a supply of power to the town of Capreol, for local distribu- 
tion and for the Capreol terminal of the Canadian Northern Ontario Railway, 
were signed and service was given on May 1. A transmission line owned by the 
Canadian Northern Ontario Railway between Sudbury Junction and the town 
of Capreol was purchased by the Commission. It was re-constructed and is now 
used to serve the transformer stations of the municipality and the Railway 
Company in accordance with their power contracts. 

Information was supplied to a number of townships adjacent to Sudbury 
concerning the possibility of providing rural service. 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 63 

Abitibi District 

This district comprises the territory lying within transmission distance 
of the Abitibi Canyon development, and includes the mining districts adjacent 
to Sudbury, Kirkland Lake, Larder Lake, Matachewan, Ramore and Timmins. 

There was a substantial increase in the amounts of power required by cus- 
tomers already under contract, one company alone increasing its demand by 
approximately 5,000 horsepower. Several new contracts were signed which 
required the construction of new transmission lines and transformer stations. 
These new contracts were for large blocks of power and were made with two 
mining companies in the Porcupine camp, one in the Larder Lake camp, one 
at Falconbridge and one near Ramore. Approximately 75 different mining 
companies in the area served by the Abitibi Canyon development were given 
information concerning the purchase of power for mining operations and 
several additional mining contracts are now being negotiated. The power 
required for the new mining properties under contract will not be delivered 
until next year. Based on this load, plus that anticipated but not yet covered 
by contract, the increase in 1936 over the early portion of 1935 is estimated at 
approximately 100 per cent for firm power and 25 per cent for surplus "at-will" 
power. 

To enable the Commission to supply the growing loads in this district 
it was decided to install three new generating units at the Abitibi Canyon 
development, all of which will be placed in operation in 1936. These units are 
approximately 55,000 horsepower each, and the increase in installed capacity 
in this development will, therefore, be 165,000 horsepower, with the total 
installed capacity of the completed development 275,000 horsepower. 

A 1,000-kv-a transformer station and 2.56 miles of 22,000 volt trans- 
mission line were installed at Timmins during the early part of the year to 
supply load contracted for in 1934. To supply additional load contracted for 
later on in 1935 it was found necessary to restring the original line with larger 
conductor and to construct an additional 13.53 miles of 22,000-volt line. It 
was also found necessary to increase the capacity of the Timmins transformer 
station to 4,500 kv-a. The new equipment at this station will be completed and 
placed in operation early in 1936. 

To serve the Larder Lake camp, a new 4,500-kv-a transformer station 
and 17.66 miles of 110,000-volt transmission line were constructed. Both line 
and station will be completed and placed in operation early in 1936. A new 
1,500-kv-a transformer was ordered as spare equipment for the Matachewan 
transformer station and changes of a minor nature were made in the Kirkland 
Lake transformer station through which both the Matachewan and the Larder 
Lake areas are supplied. To supply 25-cycle power to a large mining property in 
the Sudbury district a new 4,500-kv-a transformer station and 14.62 miles of 
110,000-volt transmission line were constructed. This new line and station 
will be placed in operation early in 1936. A survey was also made for an addi- 
tional high-tension transmission line between Iroquois Falls and Kirkland Lake 
to provide for better service by means of duplicate transmission circuits to the 
latter point. 

At Ramore, a new 1,000-kv-a transformer station and two transmission 
feeders, each approximately three miles in length, were constructed to supply 



64 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

power to two mining properties for which contracts were signed at the close 
of last year and the beginning of the current year respectively. 

In the West Shiningtree district, negotiations respecting power supplies 
were carried on with a number of mining properties and detailed estimates of 
the cost of constructing the necessary transmission lines and transformer 
stations were prepared. 

At Matachewan townsite, a distribution system was constructed and 
contracts for lighting service were signed with approximately one hundred 
individual consumers. Provision was also made for constructing distribution 
systems in the hamlet of Ramore and the town of Matheson and a transformer 
station at the Vimy mine with low-voltage connecting feeders. This work was 
started near the close of the current year, and it is expected that Hydro service 
will be available to both places early in 1936. 

Engineering assistance was given to the town of Timmins and the township 
of Teck in connection with valuing the distribution systems of the Northern 
Canada Power Corporation in these two municipalities with a view to a possible 
change to Hydro service. 

Espanola District 

This district includes the territory within transmission distance of the 
Abitibi Power & Paper Company's power development at Espanola, from 
which source power is purchased to serve mining properties. 

At the present time only one mine is being served, but during the year 
information respecting power supply has been submitted to several other 
companies. 

Patricia District 

This district includes that portion of Patricia district which lies within 
transmission distance of the Ear Falls development at the outlet of Lac Seul 
on the English river. 

In past years only one mining property was served in this district, but 
during the year 1935 two additional contracts for power supply to mining 
companies were signed, and a large increase in load resulted. Negotiations 
have been conducted with five additional mining companies in this area, and 
it is anticipated that sufficient new load will shortly be obtained to warrant 
the installation of a second generating unit at Ear Falls development. 

St. Joseph District 

This district comprises the area which can be served by the Rat Rapids 
development on the Albany river at the foot of lake Joseph. This development 
was completed during the year and power was supplied to two mining pro- 
perties. Before the close of the year the power demand of these two mines 
required the entire output of the installed generating capacity and negotiations 
were carried on with the two mining companies respecting additional blocks of 
power which would require the installation of a second generating unit. With 
two units installed, the maximum possible output of the development would 
approximate 3,000 horsepower. 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 65 

RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 
IN ONTARIO 



A LTHOUGH the Province of Ontario extends over a vast area of 400,000 
** square miles, the southern part of the Province commonly known as "Old 
Ontario" comprises most of the settled area. In this territory there is an assessed 
area of approximately 40,000 square miles containing about two million acres, 
of which 75 per cent is land cleared for agricultural purposes. The total rural 
population in this area exceeds 1,100,000. 

The Commission estimates that within reasonable transmission distance 
of existing transmission lines and stations, about 65,000 farms may be served 
and that at the end of 1935, nearly one-half of these farms were receiving 
electrical service. 

There are 171 operating rural power districts and power is delivered to 
approximately 68,000 rural consumers, comprising farms and dwellings in 
various groups. The consumers are situated in 358 townships and 93 police 
villages and are served over networks of rural primary lines, which aggregate 
nearly 10,000 miles. In addition to the 358 townships served by rural power 
districts, 10 townships are served jointly by rural power districts and voted 
areas. 

The widespread use of modern conveniences such as the telephone, the 
automobile and more recently the radio, has brought the rural dweller into 
close touch with the life of the cities; the annual fairs and exhibitions and his 
more frequent visits to larger centres of population have made him familiar 
with the application of electrical appliances and machinery as a means of 
providing greater comfort in the home and freedom from the drudgery of 
certain farm work. Perhaps the most persuasive argument to the farmer is his 
knowledge of the benefits electrical service has brought to his neighbour. 
Once the progressive farmer instals electrical service he does not rest content 
until he has secured additional equipment to enable him to obtain fuller 
advantages from the service. 

The Commission desires, in every reasonable way to encourage the more 
liberal use of electrical service in rural areas, especially by the farmers. Under 
the policy of service at cost, combined with the substantial contributions 
of the Province to aid rural electrical service, the Ontario farmer receives service 
at an exceptionally low cost and this low cost can be still further lowered 
and the service extended by the co-operation of the rural consumer. The 
Commission has observed that quite a large proportion of consumers in rural 
power districts fail to make much more than a minimum use of the service and 
do not appear to appreciate fully how much more service can be obtained 
by a comparatively small addition to their monthly bills. The service charge 

3— HE. 



66 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

to the farmer is necessarily somewhat higher than in the city, but the number 
of kilowatt-hours charged for at his first energy rate is usually smaller than in 
cities and villages. Consequently, a very moderate use of energy brings him 
into the position where additional energy can be obtained for the low follow-up 
rates in force. 



Uses for Electricity 

Each year the progressive farmer of Ontario finds many new uses for elec- 
trical service. It would be impossible in this Report to describe these at length, 
but they may be classified under the following heads: 

Lighting Service — Electric lighting is safe, convenient and time saving. 
It adds to the comfort and attractiveness of the farm home and reduces fire 
hazard to a minimum. Against the cost of energy for light ng may be set the 
cost of coal oil or candles. Even at 6 cents per kilowatt-hour, a 40-watt lamp 
can be operated nearly 24 hours for 5 cents. 

The progressive farmer is using controlled lighting for increasing the 
production of eggs and, what is more important from the viewpoint of financial 
returns, obtaining a greater proportion of the annual egg yield during the 
months when prices are high. 

Power Service — Next to lighting the energy used for mechanical purposes 
gives the most valuable service for the money expended for electricity. 

In the farm home washing machines, vacuum cleaners, fans and furnace 
blowers contribute to making the farm home equal in comfort to one in the 
city. Motor driven pumps supply water for sanitary systems and general 
house and farm use. 

In the barn, dairy and workshop of the farm, electric motors may be 
employed for chopping feed, wood cutting, hay hoisting, milking, cream 
separating, churning and the many purposes of the farm workshop. Electric 
milking machines reduce labour at milking time to one-half and their regular 
use increases the milk flow and fat content. 

The Commission supplies free energy for operating washing machines 
and pumps for the use of water under pressure for sanitary purposes. With 
energy at the 2-cent per kilowatt-hour rate, a 34 horsepower motor can be 
operated at full load for three hours for 1 cent. As actually used in motor 
driven appliances, the motors frequently operate at less than full load or, under 
automatic operation as in pumping and refrigeration, for only 25 to 50 per 
cent of the 24 hours. 

Electric Refrigeration — This is a special application of power service. 
Its use promotes health and comfort and reduces food losses. Ice obtained 
from neighbouring ponds is frequently contaminated and has endangered 
the health of many farm dwellers. Electric refrigeration is of special assistance 
in connection with dairy operations. The farmer can accumulate his separated 
cream for a few days with safety and can improve the marketing quality of 
his milk by cooling. It is also useful in egg storage. 

Heating Service — Under this head come: the minor appliances of hand 
irons, toaster and hot plate which owing to their intermittent use consume 



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THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



67 




RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE IN ONTARIO 
Under-soil electrical heat for propagating seeds and developing eggplants for the field at Burlington. 
Produced almost 100 per cent results as compared with about 30 per cent results using greenhouse 

heat from standard heating plant 




RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE IN ONTARIO 
Harvesting eggplants in Burlington district from plants propagated by under-soil electrical heat. 
Harvest was weeks earlier than from areas in which plants used were propagated by greenhouse 

heat only 



68 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



relatively small quantities of electricity per month; the major heating appli- 
ances of ranges and water heaters which need relatively large quantities of 
energy for their operation, and the special applications of electricity for incu- 
bating, brooding, etc., and for soil heating which only becomes economically 
profitable when the current used is available at specially low rates. 

The electric range although a heavy user of current is efficient and the 
cost of operation is more than offset where the farmer can more profitably 
employ his time than in hauling and chopping wood for the stove. It is safer 
and in summer provides cool cooking in comfort for the farmer's wife and also 
leaves her free to undertake more profitable work. 

Entertainment Service — Radio. — Radios provide entertainment, general 
information and a familiarity with current events and market prices which 
have done much to make life on the farm more attractive and profitable. The 
Commission provides free energy to all rural consumers to operate licensed 
alternating-current radios. The many applications of power in a farm work- 
shop will provide countless hours of profitable recreation and pleasure. 

Miscellaneous. — The miscellaneous applications of electricity seem only 
to be limited by the ingenuity of the farmer in adapting this modern flexible 
agent to his various needs. It is used when spraying against insects and to 
paint the barn, for incubating, brooding and for the control of humidity and 
ventilation in connection with poultry raising, to prevent the freezing of 
vegetables, to cook supplementary food for hogs and in countless other ways. 



Recent Benefits to Rural Consumers 

Reduced Service Charges Effective November 1, 1935 

After much study of various means of securing a lower service charge to 
all rural consumers, it was concluded that certain fixed charges associated with 
the capital investment, could now be reduced to an extent which would permit 
the Commission to make a substantial reduction in the monthly service charges. 
The following table compares the new and the former maximum service charges: 



Class- of 
consumer 



Service 



Former maximum 
net service charge 

per month, 
in force since 

Jan 1, 1930 



New maximum 

net service charge 

per month, 

in force on 

Nov. 1, 1935 



IB 

1C 

2A 

2B 

3 

4 

5 

6A 

6B 

7A 

7B 



Hamlet lighting 

Hamlet lighting, plus range 

House lighting 

Small farm service ; .... 

Light farm service 

Medium farm service (one phase)... 
Medium farm service (three phase) 

Heavy farm service (one phase) 

Heavy farm service (three phase).... 

Special farm service (one phase) 

Special farm service (three phase).. 



$ c. 
1.35 
2.10 
1.55 
2.10 
2.50 
2.70 
3.75 
4.65 
5.30 
6.95 
8.35 



$ c. 
1.20 
1.90 
1.40 
1.90 
2.00 
2.15 
3.00 
3.70 
4.25 
5.55 
6.70 



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THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



69 




RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE IN ONTARIO 

Comparison of tobacco plants propagated in the same greenhouse, with 

(right) and without (left) under-soil electrical heat 



Free Service 

The free current given in 1934 to operate electric washing machines, 
electric pumps to provide water under pressure for household sanitary systems, 
and licensed alternating current radios, was continued during the year. 

This offer is still available to all present farm and hamlet customers (ex- 
cepting summer cottages) now supplied from all Hydro rural power district 
lines in Ontario, who are paying standard rural rates approved for each dis- 
trict. It applies also to all new farm and hamlet homes which may be added to 
these lines as consumers during the three-year period. 



Maximum Consumption Charge 

The Commission has found that the maximum economic limit of the 
first domestic use throughout the rural power districts of the Province is 6 cents 
per kilowatt-hour. In all rural power districts where the first consumption rate 
exceeded 6 cents per kilowatt-hour, this rate therefore was reduced to a maxi- 
mum of 6 cents per kilowatt-hour. The maximum second rate of 2 cents per 
kilowatt-hour applies to all districts. 



70 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

New Low Third Consumption Rate for Long-Hour Users 

In 1934 the Commission made available for rural consumers a special 
energy rate for long hour uses of power by rural consumers. This particularly 
affects under-earth heating (hot-beds) and heating of water. Where the extra 
use of energy may be obtained from the present equipment, a third follow-up 
rate per kilowatt-hour of 0.75 cents gross, is given in all districts. The first rate 
remains unchanged, except that as pointed out above it is subject to a maximum 
of 6 cents per kilowatt-hour, and the kilowatt-hours to be charged at the first 
rate remain unchanged. The number of kilowatt-hours to be charged at the 
second rate varies both with the class of service and the first kilowatt-hour 
rate. At the head of the table of rural rates at the end of this section, is a schedule 
which shows the class of service, the number of kilowatt-hours per month to 
be charged for at the first rate, and the number of kilowatt-hours at the second 
rate according to the governing first rate. 



Provincial Government Aids Rural Electrical Service 

Assistance respecting electrical service is given by the Province to farmers 
and rural residents in three ways, namely: 

First — A "grant-in-aid" toward the initial capital cost of supplying elec- 
trical service, amounting to 50 per cent of the cost of line and secondary 
equipment necessary to deliver power from the supply point of the Commis- 
sion's stations or of a city, town, village, etc., to the customer's property. 
This is the maximum amount provided for by The Rural Hydro-Electric Dis- 
tribution Act. 

Second — Authority was granted to the Commission by the Province in 
The Rural Power District Service Charge Act, 1930, to fix a maximum service 
charge for any class of service in a rural power district. Where as may be the 
case in newly established rural power districts such maximum service charge 
is not sufficient to meet the necessary cost of service, as specified by the Com- 
mission, the deficit is chargeable to and payable out of the Consolidated 
Revenue Fund of the Province. Payments made out of the Consolidated 
Revenue Fund for this purpose, on account of any rural power district, are 
charged to that rural power district in a special account — known as the "Rural 
Power Service Suspense Account" — in the books of the Treasurer of Ontario, 
and any surplus thereafter arising from any maximum service charge in that 
rural power district is paid to the Treasurer of Ontario and placed to the credit 
of the rural power district in such suspense account until the deficit is wiped 
out. Where a temporary deficit arises in any rural power district owing to the 
application of the maximum service charge, such maximum service charge 
must remain in force and be charged in that rural power district until the 
deficit is wiped out. 

The following tabulations show the maximum service charge, in effect 
since January 1, 1930, and the new maximum service charge which will come 
into effect November 1, 1935. 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



71 





SERVICE CHARGES 


IN RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 






With Provincial Grant-in-Aid — 25-cycle and 60-cycle 


Service 














Jan. 1, 


1930 to 


Effective 












Oct. 31 


, 1935 


Nov. : 


L, 1935 






Approx. 




Kilowatt- 




















Class 


Units 


number 


Demand 


hours 


Net 


Net 


Net 


Net 


of 


per 


of 


allowed 


per 


annual 


monthly- 


annual 


monthly- 


rural 


con- 


customers 


consumer 


month 


service 


service 


service 


service 


service 


sumer* 


per mile 
of line 


in k-w. 


at 
first rate 


charge 


charge 


charge 


charge 












$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c* 


$ c. 


IB 


2.25 


6.8 . 


1.32 


30 


16.20 


1.35 


14.40 


1.20 


1C 


3.75 


4.0 


2.0 


30 


25.20 


2.10 


22.30 


1.90 


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*Before a rural primary line is constructed contracts equivalent to 15 primary units per 
mile must be signed. (For explanation of units see accompanying text.) Thus three Class 3 
consumers at 5 units each equals 15 units. Service charges are adjusted so that each class of 
service bears its equitable share of the cost. 

Note — For classification of services see page 86. 

Third — An Act — The Rural Power District Loans Act, 1930 — to provide 
for granting aid towards the installation of electrical works in rural power 
districts was passed in 1930. The purpose of the Act is to provide, subject to 
regulations, advances toward the installation of electrical services in rural 
power districts. Aid may be granted for the wiring from the transmission or 
distribution lines of the Commission into and throughout dwellings, farms, 
out-houses, and any other works which may from time to time be specified 
by the regulations. In addition to the wiring, loans may be obtained on trans- 
formers, motors, or other appliances, as may be necessary or expedient for any 
industrial, agricultural or domestic purpose which may be specified in the 
regulations. 



Rural Loans 

Under The Rural Power District Loans Act, 1930, authority was given to the 
Hydro-Electric Power Commission to finance the installation of wiring and 
the purchase of specified electrical farm equipment by rural farm consumers. 
The Commission, during the past year, granted 169 loans to farm consumers 
for the above purpose. 

During the fiscal year ending October 31, 1935, there were received 235 
applications for loans; of these 24 applications were withdrawn, 28 did not 
fulfill the requirements, 8 were being investigated and 22, having been approved 
by the Commission, were awaiting the receipt of final papers. In one case the 
applicant changed his mind after the cheque was issued and did not require 
the loan. Of the 22 applications held over from last fiscal year 17 were finally 
approved. The total of 169 loans granted during the fiscal year is more than 
twice the number granted during the previous year. 



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No. 26 




RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE IN ONTARIO 

The utility-motor chopper set up as shown permits chopping to be 

done while the operator is otherwise employed in the barn. The 

line shafting, when belted to the motor, will supply power for many 

other machines used in the barn 



Since the rural power district loans act was put into force 837 applications 
have been received and 622 loans were made. The following table shows the 
number of loans made in the rural power districts in the various systems. 



LOANS GRANTED TO CONSUMERS IN RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



System 


Total 
No. 


to Oct. 31, 
1934 


Nov. 
Oct. 


1, 1934 to 
31, 1935 


Total to Oct. 31, 
1935 


Amount 


No. 


Amount 


No. 


Amount 


Niagara 


331 
91 
25 

1 
5 


$ 

66,430 

25,027 

6,680 

335 

1,060 


153 

14 

2 


$ 
28,875 
3,105 
470 


484 

105 

27 

1 

5 


$ 
95,305 


Georgian Bay 


28,132 


Eastern Ontario 


7,150 


Thunder Bay. 


335 


Manitoulin R.P.D. 






1,060 










Totals 


453 


99,532 


169 


32,450 


622 


131,982 







The average loan is $212.05. 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



73 




RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE IN ONTARIO 
Milk cooling by electric refrigeration with agitation is now being used by progressive Ontario farmers 
to their economic advantage. It is reported that this method of cooling is less expensive, more 

reliable and certainly cleaner than ice 



DETAILS RESPECTING RURAL LOANS GRANTED TO OCTOBER 31, 1935 



Items applied for (including 

installation) in loans which 

have been made 


Totals for 453 
loans made to 
Oct. 31, 1934 


For 169 loans made 

during year ended 

Oct. 31, 1935 


Total for 622 
loans made to 
Oct. 31, 1935 


Number 
affected 


Cost to 
consumers 


Number 
affected 


Cost to 
consumers 


Number 
affected 


Cost to 
consumers 


Service 


187 
186 
188 

41 
264 

18 
6 

26 


$ c. 

10,107.88 

18,336.90 

16,008.40 

4,117.96 

47,673.72 

2,102.53 

1,466.00 

2,892.00 


30 

28 

36 

3 

117 

16 

1 

5 

9 


$ c. 
1,633.91 
1,971.83 
2,069.67 

410.00 

24,020.00 

2,140.79 

300.00 

389.00 
1,845.00 


217 

214 

224 

44 

381 

34 

7 

31 

9 


$ c. 
11,741.79 


House wiring 


20,308.73 


Building wiring 


18,078.07 


Motors 


4,527.96 


Grain grinders 


71,693.72 


Pumping systems 


4,243.32 


Milking machines 


1,766.00 


Washing machines 


3,281.00 


Milk coolers 


1,845.00 










Totals 




102,705.39 




34,780.20 




137,485.59 













Respecting the 622 loans made to October 31, 1935, the following table 
shows the number of loans made for each term of years: 



One year term 7 loans 

Two " " 10 " 

Three " " 55 " 

Four " " 18 " 

Five " " 396 " 



Six year term 10 loans 

Seven " " 79 " 

Eight " " 9 " 

Nine " " " 

Ten " " 38 " 



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Up to October 31, 1935, 88 loans had been repaid in full, either through 
the maturing of the loan or because of the improved financial position of the 
borrower. 

The application of the rural power district loans act was extended during 
the year to include approved electric soil heating equipment and electric 
stoves. 

During the last two months of the fiscal year there was again a marked 
increase in the number of applications for loans. 



Provincial Assistance to Rural Consumers 

The extent and effect of the Province's financial assistance with respect 
to the distribution of power in rural districts should be clearly understood. 
The Government grant-in-aid relates solely to the initial capital investment 
for distribution facilities in rural power districts. Having made its grant-in-aid 
the Government further participates in the operation of each district in that 
it guarantees a maximum service charge, otherwise its participation in the 
operation of the property ceases. Each rural power district pays the cost of 
operation, maintenance and administration of its lines. The Commission also 
set up, until October 31, 1935, reserves for renewals, obsolescence and con- 
tingencies on the whole of the equipment and lines, as well as sinking fund 
on the investment made by the Commission on behalf of the townships served. 
Beginning November 1, 1935, however, no further provision will be made for 
contingencies as it is considered that the present accumulated contingency 
fund is sufficient to take care of this situation; similarly the renewal charges 
have been reduced by one-eighth. 

Respecting the monetary savings to consumers resulting from the Ontario 
Government's assistance in connection with the distribution of power in rural 
power districts, and from the efforts of the Commission to develop economical 
methods of construction and operation, it is estimated that rural consumers 
have benefited by nearly $4,000,000 since the rural power district plan was 
introduced in 1921, and that these savings will amount to about $1,000,000 
per annum in the future. An estimate of some of the more important items 
follows: 

Accumulated Future 

benefit from yearly 

1921 to 1935 benefits 

$ $ 

1. Saving to rural consumers on account of Government assistance, 
including interest and sinking fund on capital grant-in-aid, also 

guarantee of maxumim service charge 3,830,000 640,000 

2. Saving to rural consumers by the Commission on account of 

reduction in fixed charges on investment and reserves 225,000 

3. Saving to rural consumers by the Commission on account of free 

service 70,000 ■ 70,000 

4. Saving to rural consumers by the Commission due to application 
of low third consumption rate to encourage long hour uses, such 

as hot beds, etc 54,600 54,600 



3,954,600 989,600 



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No. 26 



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Miles of 

primary 

line 


Number of consumers 


Power 
supplied 

in 

October, 

1935 


Capital approved for 
extensions 


System 


Hamlet 


Farm 


Total 


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61.72 

145.28 

0.37 


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432 

522 

16 

8 

44 


1,414 

143 

354 

12 

3 

13 


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876 
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11 

57 


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28,157 

2,594 

6,092 

158 

114 

75 


$ c. 

894,829.00 

167,698.00 

343,554.00 

4,643.00 

965.00 

12,056.00 


$ c. 
447,414.50 


Georgian Bay 


79,858.50 


Eastern Ontario 

Thunder Bay 


171,777.00 
2,321.50 


Manitoulin R.P.D.. 


482.50 


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properties: 
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3.50 


6,028.00 


Total 


538.16 


2,023 


1,939 


3,962 


37,190 


1,423,745.00 


707,882.00 







1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



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SUMMARY OF RURAL LINE EXTENSIONS 

As Approved by the Commission from June 1, 1921 to Oct. 31, 1935 

Constructed or Under Construction 





Miles of 

primary 

line 


Numt 


er of consumers 


Capital approved for extensions 


System 


Hamlet 


Farm 


Total 


Total 


Provincial 
grant-in-aid 


Niagara 


7,081.86 
950.11 

1,807.86 
81.35 
37.25 

18.12 


24,042 

4,755 

7,536 

139 

153 

379 


24,070 
2,023 
4,459 

176 
23 

47 


48,112 

6,778 

11,995 

315 

176 

426 


$ c. 

15,820,253.89 

1,995,270.95 

4,051,609.31 

148,014.00 

64,578.00 

59,375.00 


$ c. 

7,886,864.94 

952,517.49 

2,025,804.65 

74,007.00 

32,289.00 

29,687.50 


Georgian Bay 


Eastern Ontario 


Thunder Bay 


Manitoulin R.P.D 

Northern Ontario 
properties: 
Nipissing district. .... 


Total 


*9,976.55 


37,004 


30,798 


67,802 


22,139,101.15 


11,001,152.58 





*This total includes 98.71 miles of primary line under construction on October 31, 1935, 
required to serve 443 new consumers. 



78 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

The aggregate rural load distributed in October of this year shows a 
satisfactory increase on all systems. The October load in 1935 was about 9.5 
per cent greater than the October load of the previous year. 

The accompanying diagrams and tables illustrate the growth in rural 
electrical service in Ontario during the last fifteen years. 



Construction 

During the year applications received for rural electrical service required 
the construction of 538 miles of rural primary lines. Most of these primary 
lines were actually constructed during the year and the remainder will be 
completed early next year. The mileage of rural lines constructed during 
1935 was approximately three times greater than during 1934. In the last 
sixteen years the 1935 construction has only been exceeded during six other 
years. 

The total mileage of rural lines constructed, and under construction, to 
the end of 1935, to serve rural consumers, amounted to approximately 10,000 
miles. The capital expenditure approved for rural construction during the past 
year was $1,423,745 and the aggregate peak load in October 1935, reached 
37,190 horsepower. For the coming year arrangements have been made to 
construct about 800 miles of additional rural lines. 

The tabulation on page 76 shows the extensions approved during the 
year, the number of consumers, the amounts of power supplied, the capital 
expenditures and the amount of Provincial "grant-in-aid" of rural lines 
approved by the Government. 



Rates for Rural Electrical Service 

Rates to rural consumers are based upon service "at cost" — account being 
taken of the Provincial "grant-in-aid" for rural work and the operation of the 
provision for a maximum service charge — and as in urban centres the rates 
are made up of two parts, a service charge and a consumption charge. In any 
rural power district the service charge to a consumer depends primarily upon 
the individual connected load or demand which determines his class rating 
(see "Classification of Services") but this is modified in the earlier years of 
operation of a rural power district by the provision respecting maximum 
service charge; the consumption charge is based upon a first, second and third 
kilowatt-hour rate, the first and second rate being determined by the cost of 
power at the source of supply to the rural power district, and the third rate is 
the same for all consumers. 

For the purpose of determining the service charge, each mile of line is 
assumed to represent a minimum of 15 units and to each class of service is 
assigned a value in such units. The table on page 71 gives this information 
and shows the annual and monthly net service charges applicable to each class 
of service. More than 90 per cent of the contracts entered into for farm service 
are either Class 2B or Class III. These, therefore, are the representative classes 
for individual farm service. s-< 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 79 

Rather more than half the consumers in rural power districts are grouped 
in hamlets or small villages closely identified with rural activities, and these 
consumers are usually in Class IB or Class 1C. It is pointed out that rural power 
districts do not include suburban districts or larger villages. These have their 
own electrical utilities. 

Usually new rural power districts begin at standard rural rates and these 
constitute the maximum rates submitted to the proposed consumers. As the 
average number of consumers per mile of line increases, the service charges 
may be, and in practice have been, reduced; and with increased consumption 
the rates per kilowatt-hour are also lowered. Thus, in older-established rural 
power districts the total cost of service is much below the initial standard rates. 



Contracts with Consumers 

For many years power agreements made between rural customers and 
townships were for a twenty year period. When rural power service was in- 
augurated on a principle of service at cost, this period was considered advisable 
for all rural contracts in order to protect the interests of the rural consumers 
themselves, as partners embarking in an undertaking involving collective 
responsibility for a substantial capital investment, to be liquidated over a 
period of years. The contract provision thus constituted, as between consumers, 
a mutual guarantee with respect to service charges. Without such assurance 
extensions in the early years would have been greatly hampered. 

As the number of consumers on the rural lines constructed increased and 
rural consumers, generally, throughout the Province became better informed 
as to the possible uses of electric power on the farm, rural electrical service 
became well established. 

In 1934 the Commission announced that a recommendation had been 
made to all township municipalities that they should pass a by-law, authorizing 
the Commission to reduce the term of existing and future rural contracts from 
twenty to five years in certain cases. These contracts were to continue in force 
from year to year after the expiration of the five-year period. 

It is provided, however, that this change in contract term shall not take 
effect unless and until the Councils of all the various townships forming part 
of each rural power district pass by-laws approving such amendment in existing 
and future rural power contracts. 

A consumer, who has a loan under The Rural Power District Loans Act, 
shall not be entitled to avail himself of cancellation of his rural contract with 
the township until after all obligations under the said loan have been discharged. 

This change in term of contract does not apply to ' 'guarantee" contracts. 

At the end of 1935, all townships, excepting two, had passed the necessary 
by-law and five-year agreements are available in most rural power districts. 
The two townships concerned have not passed this by-law due to conditions 
which require further consideration. 

At the end of this section a tabulation of the rural power districts shows 
the miles of line, the number of consumers and the rate schedules for each 
district of the several systems. 



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TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



CLASSIFICATION OF SERVICES FOR RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 

When contracts between the consumer and the township have been 
executed, users of power in townships are supplied with electric service under 
general classes, according to the requirements and conditions of the individual 
consumer, as follows: 



Class 



Service 



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demand 
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Phase 


Volts 


1 


110 


1 


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110 


1 


220/110 


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220/110 


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220/110 


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1C 

2A 

2B 

3 

4 

5 

6A 

6B 

7A 

7B 



Hamlet Lighting 

House Lighting 

Small Farm Service 

Light Farm Service 
Medium Farm Service 

Heavy Farm Service 

Special Farm Service 



1.32 

2 

1.32 

2 

3 

5 

5 

9 

9 
15 
15 



20 

35 

20 

35 

35 

50 

35 
100 

60 
According to load 
According to load 



Class 1: Hamlet Service — Includes service to consumers (other than farm and power 
users) in hamlets, where four or more consumers are served from one transformer. Service is 
given under two sub-clarses as follows: 

Class 1-B: Service to residences or stores, including use of portable appliances, and 
permanently installed appliances not exceeding 1,320 watts. 

Class 1-C: Service to residences or stores with electric range or ordinary permanently 
installed appliances greater than 1,320 watts. Where a combination of residence 
and store can be supplied from one service, the combination is billed as a single 
Class 1-C consumer. Special or unusual loads will be treated specially. 

Class 2- A: House Lighting — Includes service to all consumers other than farm and 
power users that cannot be grouped as in Class 1. 

Class 2B: Farm Service, Small — Includes service for lighting of farm buildings, power 
for miscellaneous small equipment and power for single-phase motors not exceeding 2 horse- 
power and electric range if motors and range are not used simultaneously, on a farm of fifty 
acres or less. 

Class 3: Farm Service, Light — Includes service for lighting of farm buildings, 
power for miscellaneous small equipment and power for single-phase motors not 
exceeding 3 horsepower and electric range if motors and range are not used simul- 
taneously. 

Class 4: Farm Service, Medium Single-Phase — Includes service for lighting of farm build- 
ings, power for miscellaneous small equipment and power for single-phase motors up to 
5-horsepower demand and electric range if motors and range are not used simultaneously. 

Class 5 : Farm Service, Medium 3-Phase — Includes service for lighting of farm buildings, 
power for miscellaneous small equipment and power for 3-phase motors up to 5-horsepower 
demand and electric range if motors and range are not used simultaneously. 

Class 6 : Farm Service, Heavy — Includes service for lighting of farm buildings, power for 
miscellaneous small equipment and power for motors up to 5-horsepower demand and an 
electric range, or 10-horsepower demand without an electric range. Single- or three-phase 
service will be given at the discretion of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 

Class 7 : Farm Service Special — Includes service for lighting of farm buildings, power for 
miscellaneous small equipment, power for 3-phase motors from 10- to 20-horsepower demand 
and electric range. Single or three-phase service will be given at the discretion of The Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 



Note: Class 2E is the service usually supplied to farms of fifty acres or less and Class 3 is 
the service usually supplied to larger farms. More than 90 per cent of new contracts for farm 
service are in one or other of these classes. 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 87 



SECTION IV 



HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION 

The foundation for the 45,000 kv-a frequency-changer set at Chats Falls 
was designed and constructed by the Hydraulic and Construction departments 
respectively. 

Due to the increase in the demand for power in the Lake St. Joseph 
district, plans were prepared for an additional development at Rat Rapids. 

At the Abitibi Canyon development three additional units are being 
erected. These will bring the installed capacity to 330,000 horsepower and com- 
plete development. 

The Commission has co-operated with the Ontario government by pro- 
viding through its Hydraulic department, engineering assistance in connection 
with the Root River transportation scheme, and the problem of water supply 
to the Bur wash prison farm. 

Other activities of this department included investigation of possible 
sources of power supply to the Commission's systems; the collection of hydro- 
metric data; dealing with questions of land damage and other land matters; 
providing engineering advice to the municipality of Thornbury, and routine 
matters submitted to the department. 

NIAGARA SYSTEM 

Niagara River Developments 

At the intake of the Ontario Power plant construction of revisions designed 
to reduce ice trouble was commenced ^ 

No other major construction was undertaken at any of the plants on the 
Niagara river. 

Chats Falls Development 

The substructure for the 45,000-kv-a frequency-changer set, which 
included the machine foundation and the supporting walls up to the generator 
floor, was designed by this department. The Commission's staff was employed 
in its construction during the summer and fall, and completed the work well 
in advance of schedule. 

The foundation block is 40 feet square and 5 feet thick, well anchored and 
keyed to the rock. Upon this was erected a heavily reinforced concrete pedestal 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 




ABITIBI CANYON DEVELOPMENT— NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 
General view from east side showing sluice-ways and over-flow channel and top of power house in 

canyon beyond 



24 feet 6 inches in diameter and 21 feet 3 inches high. The top of the pedestal is 
supported laterally by a heavy concrete floor extending to the head works and 
power-house substructure. 

The substructure for the frequency-changer set is an extension on the 
Ontario side of the substructure of the generating station. 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 



At the High Falls plant on the Mississippi river, early in the summer, 
approximately 25 feet of the lower end of the wood-stave pipe line was replaced, 
and a steel thimble installed at the junction of the pipe and distributor. 

For the Calabogie plant the department redesigned and supervised the 
reconstruction of the head-gate gantry crane. 



NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 
Sudbury District 

Designs and estimates were prepared and detail drawings were begun 
for the replacement of the main dam and sluices at the McVittie plant. The 
general layout contemplates using the present dam as a cofferdam during the 
construction of the new dam, which will be immediately downstream from it. 

Abitibi District 

The completion of the installation at the Abitibi Canyon development of 
the three remaining units, the construction of certain improvements and the 
finishing of the inside of the power house were authorized in the spring of 1935. 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



89 




ABITIBI CANYON DEVELOPMENT— NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 
Unloading crane, on west bank of canyon down-stream side of power house 



The erection of the units and their appurtenant equipment has proceeded 
satisfactorily, and, while none had been placed in operation by the end of the 
fiscal year, it is expected that all will be completed by the end of the calendar 
year or early in 1936. 

The improvements authorized include the erection of a deflecting crib 
in the high water channel, placing of concrete to prevent scour, and the finishing 
of the interior of the power house; these were not commenced before the end 
of the fiscal year. 

The general scheme of development was described in the Annual Report 
for 1933, but a brief review of the situation as it has developed since is of 
interest. 

Previous to the closing down of the work in July, 1932, contracts were 
made for the purchase of all five units and a considerable portion of the equip- 
ment had been delivered to the site. The Commission decided to complete 
the installation of two units immediately and these were placed in service by 
August, 1933; the delivery and installation of the balance of the units being 
left in abeyance. 

Substantial expenditures by the previous owners had already been made 
on account of equipment fabricated and delivered but not in use. After pro- 
tracted negotiations, the Commission, in the spring of 1935, reached a settle- 
ment with the companies supplying the equipment, and delivery of the balance 
was accepted. 

Due to actual and prospective growth in the load, it was considered that 
completion of the installation of the three additional units was economically 
justified. 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 




IMPROVED TRANSPORTATION 
General view of marine railway 



St. Joseph District 

The Rat Rapids development at the outlet of lake St. Joseph was com- 
pleted, and first delivered commercial power in March, 1935. Since then the 
plant has operated successfully and, with the exception of a few minor interrup- 
tions, continuously under full load conditions. The general scheme of the 
development was described in the last Annual Report. 

A cut-off dam was completed at the west end of lake St. Joseph during 
May and June to prevent any chance of leakage from the watershed at this 
point, and additions were made to the cut-off dams at the Cedars channel. 

Owing to the insistent demand for more power in the district, the Com- 
mission has been negotiating new contracts with potential users, and has 
prepared plans for an additional development of 1,600 horsepower at Rat 
Rapids. A small construction force was placed in the field the latter part of 
September with a view to the possible completion of the development by the 
fall of 1936. 



General 



The Commission co-operated with the Department of Northern Develop- 
ment by supplying engineering advice in connection with the completion of 
the Root river transportation route and by supervising construction. These 
navigation improvements were of great value during the past season to the 
mining and other interests in the district. The value to the surrounding territory 
of a transportation scheme such as this is substantial; not only is the cost of 
moving freight greatly reduced, but it can be done during seasons when pre- 
viously it was not physically possible to transport freight in quantities. 

Engineering assistance was also supplied to the Ontario government in 
connection with the problem of water supply to the Bur wash prison farm. 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



91 




FOR NORTHERN ONTARIO 
at Flower Falls, Root River 



Advice was tendered the municipality of Thornbury, at its request, with 
a view to increasing the capacity of the present hydraulic power plant. 

An extensive investigation of the possible sources of power supply to the 
Niagara system was undertaken and completed during the year, and a similar 
investigation was made with regard to the eastern part of the province. 

Routine matters dealt with included: field inspections of various proper- 
ties, the collection of hydrometric data, inspection of Niagara river diversion 
records, settlement of damage claims and other land matters, and the supplying 
of data to outside interested parties. 




ROOT RIVER TRANSPORTATION 
Terminal at Lake St. Joseph 



92 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 



SECTION V 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION 
(STATION SECTION) 

Engineering and Construction work has been most active in connection 
with the Northern Ontario properties. During 1935 authorization was given 
to complete the Abitibi Canyon development by the installation of three 
additional 48,500-kv-a generators and associated equipment. 

A 1,000-kv-a transformer station was established at Ramore and a tem- 
porary station of the same capacity at Timmins. Later in the year permanent 
4,500-kv-a stations were under construction at Timmins, Falconbridge and 
Larder Lake to supply power to various mining companies in Northern Ontario. 
The generating station at Rat Rapids on the Albany river was placed in service 
early in the year and is now loaded to capacity. The increasing power demands 
from the mining companies in the St. Joseph, Patricia and Thunder Bay dis- 
tricts have necessitated consideration being given to increasing the capacities 
of the generating and transformer stations affected. 

At Chats Falls generating station a 45,000-kv-a frequency-changer set 
was installed to provide 60-cycle power for the Eastern Ontario system. 

About 80 miles of transmission lines were built in Northern Ontario and 
many miles of lines throughout the Niagara and Eastern Ontario systems were 
rehabilitated. More than 430 miles of rural primary lines were constructed. 

The six-storey extension to the Administration Building at 620 University 
Avenue, Toronto, was completed for occupation by the Commission's staff 
on July 2, 1935. 

NIAGARA SYSTEM 

Generating and Step-up Transformer Stations 
Stations on Niagara River 

At Queenston transformer station and Niagara transformer station re- 
visions were made to the protective relaying system to co-ordinate with the 
rearrangement of 110,000- volt transmission lines to Hamilton and Toronto 
areas. Two banks of three 16,000-kv-a transformers, originally built for Abitibi 
Canyon development, were delivered to Toronto Power transformer station 
in preparation for step-up transformation to 110,000 volts at this station. 

At Ontario Power transformer station short lengths of 12,000-volt cable 
were removed and a new terminal structure for lines No. 22 and No. 23 was 
rebuilt. 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 93 



CHATS FALLS DEVELOPMENT— OTTAWA RIVER 
Frequency-changer set showing 45,000-kv-a., 60-cycle generator under construction 

At Toronto Power transformer station the original storage-battery was 
replaced with a new, 60-cell storage-battery. 

Chats Falls Development 

At Chats Falls generating station a 45,000-kv-a frequency-changer set 
was installed in the Ontario end of the building. This equipment can be used 
to convert the output of two of the 23,500-kv-a generators to 60 cycles and 
step up the voltage for transmission at 121,000 volts, to Ottawa and other 
centres on the Eastern Ontario system. 

The frequency-changer is a 45,000-kv-a, 300-r.p.m., synchronous-syn- 
chronous machine with both the 60-cycle and 25-cycle units on a common, 
vertical shaft 32 feet in length. The total weight of the machine is 1,040,000 
pounds with WR 2 value of 10,960,000 pounds-feet 2 . The stator is more than 
19 feet in diameter. 

Both units operate at 13,200 volts and are excited from two 200-kw., 
direct-current generators on either end of a common, horizontal shaft driven 
by a 600-horsepower, induction motor. 

The step-up transformer is a 13,200/121, 000-volt, three-phase, water- 
cooled, 60-cycle unit with graded insulation on the high- voltage windings for 
operation with the neutral solidly grounded. 



94 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

The 13,200-volt, interconnecting bus is metal-clad, in keeping with the 
original structure in the station, and is arranged with interlocking, motor- 
operated disconnecting-switches. 

The construction work at the site was started on May 15, 1935 and the 
station was placed in service on October 13. 

A contract was awarded for the construction of eight additional permanent 
houses for the accommodation of the operating staff, who at present are 
occupying certain temporary houses which were built during the construction 
period at the station. These new houses will be completed in December. 

Transformer and Distributing Stations 

Niagara District— At DeCew Falls generating station a 1,500-kv-a, 
44,000/2,400-volt, three-phase transformer was installed to ground the high- 
voltage neutral of the Dominion Power division of the Niagara system. Im- 
proved relaying equipment was installed at this station and at Bartonville 
switching station to give high-speed, selective control of the 44,000-volt 
feeders. Metering stations at Humberstone, Thorold and Port Weller were 
dismantled. 

Hamilton and Dundas District — At Hamilton-Beach transformer 
station the 11 0,000- volt, oil circuit-breakers were reinforced and improvements 
were made to the service equipment. 

At Dundas transformer station additional relaying equipment was in- 
stalled and the service bank of three 10-kv-a transformers was replaced by 
three 25-kv-a units. 

At Burlington Steel Company plant in Hamilton a 13,200-volt underground 
feeder was installed and connected to one of the Hamilton Hydro-Electric 
System feeders. The necessary metering equipment was also installed with 
connections over leased telephone cable, to the Hamilton-Beach and Hamilton- 
Stirton transformer stations for totalizing the Hamilton load. 

Near Port Nelson a 750-kv-a distributing station was erected to supply 
power to the district at 4,000 volts. The metering equipment is located in a 
small, galvanized-iron building, while the three 250-kv-a transformers are 
mounted outdoors on a concrete pad. The station was placed in service on 
April 3, 1935. 

At Oakville and Burlington distributing stations the 44,000-volt dis- 
connecting-switches were replaced by disconnecting-fuses. 

At Decewsville distributing station three, 10-kv-a, automatic, voltage- 
regulators were installed in the 4,000-volt, Cayuga feeder. 

At Dundas rural station the graphic wattmeter was replaced by a new 
instrument. 

At Gypsum Lime and Alabastine Company metering station in the 
Lythmore plant the metering equipment was removed as the power contract 
had expired. 

Toronto and York District — At Toronto-Strachan and Toronto- 
Wiltshire transformer stations revisions were made in the relaying system to 
adapt it to the re-arrangement of the 110,000- volt lines between Toronto and 
Niagara. At the latter station a bank of three new 11 0,000- volt potential- 



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CHATS FALLS DEVELOPMENT— OTTAWA RIVER 
Control board showing in the foreground the section controlling the frequency-changer 



transformers was installed. This new bank replaces a single unit which was 
transferred to Dundas transformer station. 

At Toronto-Strachan transformer station potential-indicators were 
installed on the 110,000-volt lines and busses which may also be used for 
synchronizing. 

At Islington distributing station a second bank of three, new, 500-kv-a 
transformers was added and placed in service in April, 1935. 

At Streetsville distributing station changes were made in the 4,000-volt 
feeders. 

At Stouffville and Mount Joy distributing stations changes were made 
in the metering equipment; and at the former station and at Pottage ville 
distributing station the original fuses were replaced by an improved type. 

An experimental gas-generating station is being installed at Leaside, using 
electrolytic cells for the production of hydrogen and oxygen. Two 1,500-horse- 
power induction motors, each on a common shaft with two 500-kw, direct- 
current generators were obtained from Toronto Hydro-Electric System and a 
1, 500-kv-a transformer was obtained from system reserve. The motor-generator 
sets with the necessary switching equipment and electrolytic cells are situated 
in one building while the gas generating plant is housed in a separate building; 
both being erected specially for the purpose. The plant should be ready for 
operation early in December. 



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London District — At Dashwood distributing station the bank of three, 
75-kv-a transformers was replaced by three new, 150-kv-a transformers which 
were placed in service on July 13, 1935. The original bank was transferred to 
system reserve. 

At Strathroy distributing station the bank of three, 75-kv-a transformers 
was replaced by three, 373^-kv-a units obtained from Malahide distributing 
station. The 75-kv-a units were used in a new rural station at Aylmer. 

Thorndale metering station was rebuilt and the obsolete equipment re- 
placed. Dorchester metering station was moved to a new location. 

Preston District — At Fergus distributing station the necessary switching 
equipment was purchased and installed to provide a new feeder to carry the 
increasing load. 

Stratford District — At Goderich Elevator and Transit Company station 
a 250-horsepower induction motor was installed to carry a portion of the 
company's load. It was arranged so that at certain periods it may be operated 
as an asynchronous generator. 

St. Thomas District — At St. Thomas transformer station improvements 
were made to the operating mechanism on one 110,000- volt, circuit-breaker 
controlling the line to St. Clair transformer station and automatic reclosing 
equipment added to it. 

The capacity of St. Thomas rural station was increased when a 750-kv-a, 
three-phase transformer obtained from system reserve, was installed, replacing 
the original 300-kv-a unit. The original transformer was transferred to system 
reserve. 

Aylmer rural station was erected on the site of Aylmer distributing station 
to supply the load originally carried by Malahide distributing station which 
has been dismantled. A bank of three, 75-kv-a transformers was transferred 
from Strathroy distributing station for this installation. The three 373^-kv-a 
transformers released from the dismantled station at Malahide were used to 
replace those removed from Strathroy. 

At Port Stanley distributing station air-fans and deflectors were installed 
to assist in cooling the transformers during the summer season when the load is 
heavy. 

Brant District — The capacity of St. Williams distributing station was 
increased with the installation of a bank of three, 150-kv-a transformers, 
replacing the original bank of three, 75-kv-a units. The new bank was placed 
in service on July 29, 1935. 

At the request of Simcoe Public Utilities Commission a number of changes 
were made in the Simcoe municipal station. A new outdoor steel structure was 
erected and concrete foundations installed for two banks of transformers. 
The present bank of three, 500-kv-a transformers was moved to the new 
foundations and a spare transformer and oil circuit-breaker purchased and 
installed. The work should be completed in December. 



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GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 



Severn District — A new single-phase station known as Penetang rural 
station was installed to supply power to Midland rural power district at 
4,600-volts. A 75-kv-a, 2,300/4,600-volt transformer was purchased and the 
station placed in service on July 16, 1935. 

At C.P.R. Port McNicoll distributing station the original 18- volt -battery 
was replaced by a new 24-volt battery and trickle-charger. Changes were also 
made in some of the switching equipment. 

Eugenia District— At Eugenia generating station improvements were 
made to one of the operators' cottages. 

At Kilsyth and Elmwood distributing stations, an improved type of fuse 
was installed in the 4, 000- volt feeders and at the latter station the original 
lightning-arresters were replaced by modern equipment. 

Muskoka District — At South Falls generating station the lightning- 
arresters were replaced by new and more suitable equipment. 

At Huntsville distributing station changes were made in the metering 
equipment so that the town load may be metered separately from the Anglo- 
Canadian Leather Company load. 

Wasdells District — A new distributing station was built at Port Perry 
to supply the rural power district at 8,000 volts. A bank of three 100-kv-a, 
44,000/2,400-4,800-volt transformers and switching equipment were purchased 
and installed and the station was placed in service on May 14, 1935. The 
original distributing station in Port Perry now supplies power for the town 
load only. 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

110, 000- volt Transformer Stations 

At Cornwall transformer station two 110,000-volt disconnecting-switches 
and additional relaying equipment were installed. 

At Ottawa transformer station an additional high-voltage, oil circuit- 
breaker was installed to permit connections for the supply of 110,000-volt 
power from Chats Falls frequency-changer station. The high-voltage neutral 
was grounded at this station and high-speed directional relays were installed 
on all the lines. Plans were completed for the installation of a second transformer 
bank in the station. 

At Smiths Falls transformer station a bank of three, 1,500-kv-a trans- 
formers and necessary switching, metering and relaying equipment were 
installed to permit connections between the 2,300-volt bus and a 33,000-volt 
line from the Madawaska district to effect a tie between the Rideau and 
Madawaska districts. The switchboard was altered to provide proper facilities 
for metering the power exchange and for synchronizing. The transformers 
were transferred from Abitibi Canyon development where they were originally 
used during construction of the generating station. 

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98 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

Central Ontario District — At Frankford generating station the relays 
on the service feeder were replaced and a new 24-volt storage-battery and 
trickle-charger were installed. 

At Hague's Reach (Dam No. 9) generating station the 44,000- volt, oil 
circuit-breakers in one of the lines, and in the service feeder at both Hague's 
Reach and Meyersburg (Dam No. 8 ) generating station were removed for use 
at Belleville switching station. 

At Sidney transformer station one of the 6, 600- volt feeders to Frankford 
generating station was re-equipped and used to supply power to the new air- 
port at Trenton. 

At Oshawa distributing station a 500 m.c.m. cable and disconnecting- 
switches were installed to permit the emergency bus being connected to any 
of the 4,000-volt feeders at the outdoor pole structure. 

Metering equipment was installed immediately outside Lindsay distri- 
buting station on the 6,600-volt feeder supplying Lindsay rural power district. 

At Napanee distributing station the necessary equipment was installed 
for a second 4,000-volt feeder to supply power to the town. 

On the town limits of Picton a single-phase rural station was installed to 
step-up the voltage to supply 4, 600- volt power to the Northport line of the 
Wellington rural power district. A 373^-kv-a transformer was obtained from 
Georgian Bay system reserve and the station placed in service on July 30, 1935. 

At Belleville switching station three obsolete 44,000-volt oil circuit- 
breakers were replaced by three modern units released from Dam No. 8 and 
Dam No. 9 generating stations. The current-transformers in one line were 
replaced by larger capacity units. 

Metering equipment was installed in the Consolidated Mining and 
Smelting Company station near Cordova. 

Rideau District — The original Perth rural station was dismantled and a 
new station erected to supply power to Perth rural power district. The installa- 
tion consists of a single-phase 100-kv-a transformer, fuses and metering equip- 
ment and was placed in service on July 28, 1935. The 75-kv-a transformer 
in the original station was transferred to reserve equipment. 

At Carleton Place distributing station a 750-kv-a, 3-phase, 33,000/2,300- 
volt transformer and necessary switching equipment were installed to permit 
this station being supplied from the new 33, 000- volt tie-line between the 
Madawaska and Rideau districts. This station was previously operated at 
26,400-volts. The transformer was obtained from system reserve and placed 
in service on August 31, 1935. 

Madawaska District — At Cobden a distributing station was installed 
to supply 3-phase power to the village at 2,300-volts. Three, 75-kv-a, 6,600/ 
2,300-volt transformers were obtained from system reserve, and the station 
was placed in service on November 26, 1934. 

THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 

Transformer Stations 

At Port Arthur transformer station an automatic voltage-regulator was 
installed to control the voltage of the battery-charging generator. 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 99 

At Cameron Falls transformer station, due to the increasing power demand 
a special fan and ventilating equipment was installed to assist in cooling the 
1,200-kv-a bank of transformers and to increase its capacity. The fan was 
originally part of the overload cooling-system installed on the 15,000-kv-a 
transformers at Alexander generating station. 

At Northern Empire Mines station a third 300-kv-a transformer similar 
to the two existing units was installed. 

NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 

Sudbury District 

Two metering equipments were installed at Capreol to measure the power 
supplied to the town and to the Canadian National Railways. The equipments 
are located respectively in the Capreol municipal station and the company's 
transformer station. 

Espanola District 

In the Espanola generating station of the Abitibi Power and Paper 
Company, equipment was installed to meter the 60-cycle power purchased 
from this company. At McMillan Gold Mines Limited, station equipment was 
installed to measure the power supplied to this mining company. 

Abitibi District 

At Abitibi generating station the installation of the three additional 
48,500-kv-a generating units and other electrical apparatus is proceeding and 
nearing completion with the exception of two banks of transformers which 
have been transferred to the Niagara system. 

Contracts were placed for the construction of permanent buildings to 
accommodate the operating staff. The requirements are ten houses, a 15-room 
residence for the unmarried staff, a school, a hospital building and a store. 
The necessary extensions of the water and sanitary systems and improvements 
to the site are being made. This accommodation will be completed in December. 

At Kirkland Lake transformer station the necessary equipment was 
installed for a second 13,200-volt feeder to Canada Northern Power Corpora- 
tion, an oil circuit-breaker is being placed on the low-voltage side of the 
transformer bank and a spare 9,500-kv-a transformer was installed. 

At Ram ore a transformer station to supply power at 26,400-volts to 
Hislop mine of the Hollinger Consolidated Gold Mines Limited, was installed. 
A 1,000-kv-a, 3-phase transformer was connected to the 110,000-volt lines 
through a fuse disconnecting-switch. The station was placed in service on 
March 19, 1935. Equipment was later installed for a second feeder to supply 
power to Vimy Gold Mines Limited. 

At Timmins a 1,000-kv-a temporary transformer station was installed 
and placed in service on April 21, 1935, to supply power at 26,400 volts to 
Central Porcupine Gold Mines Limited in Tisdale Township. The transformer 
is a 1,000-kv-a, 3-phase unit and is connected to the 110,000-volt lines through 
a fuse disconnecting-switch. Later in the year authorization was given for the 
erection of a permanent transformer station at Timmins to supply power also to 
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100 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

The station will consist of a bank of three 1,500-kv-a transformers connected 
through two disconnecting-switches to the double-circuit, 110,000- volt line. 
There will be two 26,400-volt feeders equipped with oil circuit-breakers. The 
station will be in service on December 1, and the temporary station dismantled. 

Authorization was given for the erection of transformer stations at 
Falconbridge to supply power to Falconbridge Nickel Mines Limited, and at 
Larder Lake for the supply of power to Omega Gold Mines Limited. The 
equipment is similar to that being installed at Timmins permanent transformer 
station, described in the preceding paragraph, except that there will be only 
one 26,400-volt feeder. The Falconbridge station will be in service in November 
and the Larder Lake station in December. 

At the Paymaster Consolidated Mines Limited the Commission is con- 
structing three sub-stations for the mining company. Each station will consist 
of a bank of three 250-kv-a transformers with the necessary 26,400-volt dis- 
connecting-switches and equipment for 575-volt feeders. Metering equipment 
is being installed at one of the sub-stations to measure the total 26,400-volt 
power supplied to this customer. 

At Pamour Porcupine Mines Limited, 26,400-volt metering equipment is 
being installed. 

At Central Porcupine Mines Limited, metering equipment was installed 
on the 575-volt side to measure the power supplied from the Timmins trans- 
former station. 

At Vimy Gold Mines Limited metering equipment was installed to 
measure the power supplied to the mining company from Ramore transformer 
station. 

Ramore distributing station is being established at Vimy Gold Mines 
Limited to supply power to Ramore and Matheson. Four 25-kv-a, 575/4, 
600-2,300-volt transformers were purchased for the installation. Three of the 
transformers will be used to supply three-phase power to Matheson at 8,000- 
volts, while the other will be used to supply single-phase power to Ramore. 

At Hollinger Consolidated Gold Mines Limited at Hislop township the 
necessary equipment was installed on the 575-volt side of the customer's 
transformer to meter the power supplied to this company. 

Matachewan distributing station was erected on the Young-Davidson 
property of Hollinger Consolidated Gold Mines Limited to supply 2,300-volt, 
three-phase power to Matachewan. Three 25-kv-a, 575/2,300-volt trans- 
formers were obtained from reserve equipment for this installation and con- 
nected to the mining company's 575-volt bus. The station was placed in 
service on April 11, 1935. 

Patricia District 

Estimates were prepared for the installation of a second generating unit 
at Ear Falls development. Fans were installed on the 750-kv-a transformers 
to increase their capacity. 

At Howey Gold Mines Limited separate metering equipment was in- 
stalled to meter the power supplied to this company and to Red Lake Gold 
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RAT RAPIDS DEVELOPMENT— ALBANY RIVER 
Generating station showing log-house type of super-structui 




RAT RAPIDS DEVELOPMENT— ALBANY RIVER 
Operator's Cottage 



At McKenzie Red Lake Gold Mines Limited equipment was installed 
to meter the power supplied to this customer. 

St. Joseph District 

The installation at Rat Rapids development on the Albany river, referred 
to in last year's Report, was completed and placed in service on March 21, 
1935. 

At Pickle Crow Gold Mines Limited and Central Patricia Gold Mines 
Limited stations, equipment was installed to meter the power supplied to the 



102 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

companies and the necessary telephone equipment was installed for the opera- 
tion of the system. 

ADMINISTRATION BUILDING 

The new, six-storey extension to the Administration building, referred to 
in last year's Report, was occupied on July 2, 1935, and the head-office 
staff, which has been housed for many years in widely separated buildings, is 
now consolidated under one roof, at 620 University avenue in Toronto. 

The new addition extends northward from the original building and has a 
frontage of approximately 130 feet on University avenue and 110 feet on 
Orde street. It is faced on all elevations with Queenston limestone with a 
polished black granite base on the two street frontages. 

The structural frame and floors are generally of reinforced concrete, but 
the interior columns are of structural steel. Foundation piers extend to shale, 
about 61 feet below the sidewalk. 

The building interior is plainly finished in painted plaster, except for the 
office ceilings, which are finished in unpainted acoustic plaster, providing 
moderate sound absorption. Ontario white pine (pinus strobus) in painted 
finish was used for glazed wood partitions and for those items of interior trim not 
finished in hollow metal. 

An underfloor duct system provides floor outlets for telephone, power, 
and signal wiring convenient to desks and other points of use. 

In the original building, necessary changes in partitions were made to 
permit of corridor interconnection between it and the new addition; and 
the steam boilers and electrical services in the original building and the new 
extension have been interconnected. 



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SECTION VI 

TRANSMISSION, DISTRIBUTION AND RURAL SYSTEMS 

TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS 

In 1935, transmission lines were extended and revised to a greater extent 
than in 1934. 

To serve new mining loads in Northern Ontario approximately 70 miles of 
line, exclusive of purchases and revisions of existing lines, were constructed. 
Important additions and revisions were also made in Eastern Ontario due to 
power supply changes. Elsewhere the volume of work increased but was con- 
fined chiefly to rehabilitations and minor extensions made necessary by con- 
tingencies. 

The following synopsis shows, by systems, the work completed during 
the year. At the back of the Report is a map of transmission lines and stations. 
Summary tabulations respecting transmission lines will be found in Appendix II. 

NIAGARA SYSTEM 

High-Voltage Lines 

On the 110,000-volt line between St. Thomas and St. Clair transformer 
stations the No. 6 copper connection between the sky wire and the pole was 
replaced by J^-inch galvanized steel cable. This was done on all grounded 
structures to decrease the possibility of outages due to the weaker wire. 

On the 46,000-volt line between Niagara transformer station and South- 
worth junction unused steel cross-arms were removed from 108 steel towers. 

26,400-volt Lines 

Between Sebringville junction and Goderich municipal station, rehabilita- 
tion of 23.76 miles of wood-pole lines was completed by the addition of storm 
guys and the replacement of defective insulators and cross arms. 

Between Mitchell junction and Mitchell municipal station, 1.27 miles, 
the two circuits of No. 2 aluminum conductor were removed and replaced by a 
single-circuit of No. 2 a.c.s-r.* 

In Palmerston a short section of new line was constructed to allow removal 
of the Commission's line from the main street of the town. 

A portion of the line between Prince Albert junction and Dominion Sugar 
Co. junction was rebuilt on account of road widening by the township of 
Chatham. 



^a.c.s-r — aluminum cable, steel-reinforced. 



104 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

Other Lines 

The 12,000-volt line between junction pole 119 and the Republic Carbon 
Co., 0.83 miles, was removed. 

In the vicinity of the American Cyanamid Co. near Niagara Falls, the 
12,000-volt insulators were replaced by 26,400-volt units in order to eliminate 
hazards due to dust. 

The 13,200-volt line connection to the Ontario Gypsum Co. at Lythmore 
was removed. 

In the London district reinsulation and revisions of 13,200-volt lines were 
continued. Between London transformer station and Strathroy municipal 
station, 30.08 miles of line were rebuilt. The ground wire was removed and the 
circuits were reinsulated for 26,400-volt operation. A short section was re- 
routed near London and 5.1 miles of new line built in the vicinity of Lambeth. 
Between Elginfield junction and Ailsa Craig distributing station, 9.92 miles, 
similar revision work was completed. Poles were reset and guys added where 
necessary. 

Between Woodstock and London transformer stations five Hydro 
telephone poles carrying power circuits were replaced by longer poles to 
accommodate Dorchester attachments. 

Between St. Thomas transformer station and Sheddon distributing station, 
8.55 miles, and between Sheddon and Dutton distributing stations, 9.82 miles, 
a general overhaul of the 13,200-volt line was made. The 1/0 aluminum con- 
ductor on the former section was replaced by 1/0 copper cable and on the 
latter by No. 2 copper cable. The configuration of the conductors was altered to 
pole-top pin construction and all defective insulators were replaced. 

Part of the old steel-tower line, formerly belonging to the Toronto Power 
Company, was utilized as a 12,000-volt supply to Port Nelson. A short con- 
nection was made from a new junction on the existing Vinemount feeder and 
at the Port Nelson end. 

A short section of 12,000-volt line between Toronto Power and Ontario 
Power transformer stations, involving twenty poles, was rebuilt on a more 
direct route due to extensions to Buchanan street at Niagara Falls. 

Preparations were made for a general revision of 12,000-volt lines at 
Lincoln distributing station and vicinity in St. Catharines. One 4/0 a.c.s-r. 
circuit was removed from the line on Vine street between Lincoln distributing 
station and the old Welland canal, half a mile. Poles on this line were lowered 
and one railway crossing was rebuilt. A 2/0 a.c.s-r. circuit was removed from 
Vine and Carlton streets between Lincoln distributing station and Thomas 
street. Two circuits of 173,000-circular-mil aluminum conductor were removed 
from the old line between the C. N. Ry. crossing and Kinleith tap, 1.12 miles. 

Between the Provincial Paper (steam) and Thorold distributing stations 
half a mile of 12,000-volt line was relocated due to a park development at 
Thorold. 

Circuits in the vicinity of Welland transformer station were re-arranged in 
order to clear extensions to buildings of the Electro-Metallurgical Company. 

In the Brant, St. Clair, Woodstock and Cooksville districts, twenty-seven 
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1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 105 

reinforced to conform to regulations of the Board of Railway Commissioners 
of Canada. 

Dominion Power Division 
44,000-volt Lines 

A section of the single-circuit line between Firestone junction and Beach 
Road junction was diverted to clear a new building being erected at the 
Windermere cutoff. 

Double sets of 44,000-volt, swivel-type, air-break switches were erected at 
Port Nelson and Oakville junctions so that the single-circuit taps may be 
connected to either of the Toronto Power circuits. 

Other Lines 

Between Burlington distributing station and the National Fireproofing 
Co. junction, seven poles were moved to clear buildings of the Scott Distri- 
buting Co. at Aldershot. 

Between Victoria station and Longwood switching station, a short section 
of the 10,000-volt circuit was transferred to new poles erected by the Hamilton 
Hydro. 

GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 

Severn District 

Between Bradford junction and Bradford distributing station, 11.03 miles, 
the existing single-circuit of 5/16-inch steel conductor was replaced by No. 2 
a.c.s-r. and defective poles, cross-arms and guys were renewed. 

Storm guys were added to ten sections, totalling 53.42 miles of line through- 
out the Severn district. 

Eight railway and telephone line crossings were reinforced in compliance 
with specifications of the Board of Railway Commissioners of Canada. 

Eugenia District 

Between Walkerton Quarry junction and Walkerton Quarry station, 
one-quarter mile, the line was removed due to the cessation of the Company's 
operations at this place. 

EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

Interconnecting Lines 

Between a newly established junction on the existing 220,000-volt, Cum- 
berland junction to Chats Falls line and Ottawa transformer station, a wood- 
pole, 1 10,000-volt line was completed. This line is 3.5 miles long and is "wish- 
bone" construction. Suspension insulators are used with 336,400-circular-mil 
a.c.s-r. conductors and 3^-inch steel ground cable. In conjunction with that 
portion of the 220,000-volt line between Chats Falls and the newly established 
junction point, this line may be used to supply 60-cycle power to the Eastern 
Ontario districts. 

Between Galetta junction, in the Madawaska district, and Smiths Falls 
distributing station, a total distance of 30.14 miles, a single, 33, 000- volt power 
circuit with a No. 6 a.c.s-r. telephone circuit was established. It will be used as 
a 60-cycle tie line between the Madawaska district and other districts in the 



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No. 26 




TRANSMISSION LINES EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 
Angle and standard structures on 110,000-volt, 60-cycle line 

Eastern Ontario system. A part of this circuit, 5.64 miles long, was added to 
the existing line between Carleton Place junction and Smiths Falls distributing 
station; the remainder, 24.5 miles, was new wood-pole construction. The 
conductor is 3/0 a.c.s-r throughout. 

Central District 

Between Millbrook junction and Millbrook distributing station, 1.71 miles, 
the No. 6 solid steel power conductor was replaced by 34-inch steel cable. 

At Marmora distributing station connections to the 44,000-volt line 
supplying power to the Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company were 
completed. 

Poles were replaced in the 44,000-volt line between G.B. junction and 
Belleville switching station to accommodate Belleville rural power district 
circuits. 

Three crossings over a communication company's works were revised and 
reinforced to meet specifications of the Board of Railway Commissioners of 
Canada. 

Rideau District 

Between Merrickville generating station and Grenville Crushed Rock 
Company, 5.94 miles, armour rods were added to the conductors as a protec- 
tion from damage due to vibration. 

On the Merrickville side of Rideau junction, disconnect switches were 
installed. 



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TRANSMISSION LINES NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 

Wish-bone type of construction on 132,000-volt line between Blezard 

Valley junction and Falconbridge transformer station 

St. Lawrence District 

Between Eugene Phillips junction and Brockville distributing station, 
1.9 miles of a single circuit, 44, 000- volt, wood-pole line having 3/0 a.c.s-r. 
conductors and 34" mcft steel ground cable, were completed. 

At Winchester junction, installation of one, 3-phase, 44,000-volt, air- 
break switch was completed. 



NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 

Abitibi District— 132,000-volt Lines 

Work is progressing on needed improvements to purchased steel-tower 
lines radiating from Hunta junction. 



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At Hunta junction, revision to circuit entrances was completed by the 
addition of three steel towers. Three gang-operated switches were erected at 
Hunta and two at Iroquois Falls. 

Between Blezard Valley junction, north of Coppercliff, and Falconbridge 
transformer station, 16 miles, a single-circuit 4/0 a.c.s-r. (wish-bone type) 
wood-pole line is nearing completion. This line will have a single telephone 
circuit of No. 6 a.c.s-r. 

Between Abitibi Canyon generating station and Hunta junction, five 
overnight shacks for patrolmen's use were built. 

The insulation of the line superintendent's house at Timmins was com- 
pleted. 

26,400-volt Lines 

Between Ramore transformer station, approximately ten miles south of 
Matheson, and the Hollinger Consolidated Gold Mine, 3.5 miles of 26,400-volt, 
wood-pole line were completed. This line has a single-circuit of No. 4 copper 
cable and one telephone circuit of No. 9 iron. 

A similar line was built between Ramore transformer station and the 
Vimy Gold Mine, 3.9 miles. The telephone circuit in this case is No. 6 a.c.s-r. 

Between Timmins transformer station and the Central Porcupine mine, 
2.73 miles, a single-circuit, 26,400-volt line with No. 2 copper conductor and a 
single No. 6 a.c.s-r. telephone circuit, was completed. This line terminates at 
the east end of Pearl lake where the Central Porcupine mine takes delivery of 
power. 

Between Timmins transformer station and the Pamour Porcupine mine, 
a distance of twelve miles, a single-circuit 26,400-volt, 1/0 copper conductor 
line was constructed. The telephone circuit of No. 9 copper on this line extends 
from Central Porcupine mine line to the Pamour mine. 

Between Timmins transformer station and the Paymaster Consolidated 
mine, a 26,400-volt line, 3.77 miles long was completed. The line is the same type 
of construction as the Pamour Porcupine mine line. The line follows the Central 
Porcupine mine line and advantage was taken of this by replacing the No. 2 
copper circuit by 1/0 copper. This re-arrangement leaves the Central Porcupine 
mine tapped from the 1/0 copper circuit. 

Sudbury District 

A 22,000-volt line, 27.5 miles long, between Coniston generating station 
and the Treadwell Yukon Mining Company's mine, was purchased from the 
company, and from the Canadian National Railways a similar line, 14.3 miles, 
between Sudbury Junction and Capreol, was secured. Sixteen miles of the 
Treadwell Yukon mine line was removed between Stobie junction and the 
mine. The material was salvaged and later used in the general overhaul of the 
Coniston to Capreol line. 

Patricia District 

Between Rat Rapids generating station and the Central Patricia and 
Pickle Crow gold mines, 27 miles, a single-circuit, 22,000-volt, wood-pole line 
was constructed. The power conductor is No. 3 copper cable and the single- 
circuit telephone is No. 9 iron. 



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TRANSMISSION LINES NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 

Twin-pole angle structure on 132,000-volt line between Blezard Valley junction 

and Falconbridge transformer station. Line transferred to opposite side of road 

to avoid bush cutting 



Espanola District 

The recently constructed 33,000-volt line between the Abitibi Pulp and 
Paper Co. generating station and McMillan gold mine, is being incorporated 
into the Northern Ontario Properties. This line, recently owned by the 
McMillan Gold Mines, Limited, is a single-circuit, No. 2 copper conductor, 
wood-pole line, 10.74 miles long. 



TELEPHONE LINES— ALL SYSTEMS 



Between Allanburg junction and Dundas transformer station co-ordination 
of telephone lines was completed by rebuilding 10.2 miles of existing lines so 
that all circuits are on one separate wood-pole line. 

At Burlington Beach the telephone conductors previously on Toronto 
Power steel-towers were removed and re-erected on separate wood poles. 

Some telephone poles between Erbs junction and St. Marys transformer 
station were replaced by higher poles to accommodate rural circuits and 
attachments. 

Between St. Thomas and Kent transformer stations the double-circuit 
telephone line was rejointed and re transposed to provide phantom group 
facilities. 

Telephone circuits erected in conjunction with new power lines throughout 
the systems were co-ordinated and placed in service. 



110 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

DISTRIBUTION LINES AND SYSTEMS 

In Appendix III is shown, in tabular form, the progress made in the 
installation of rural lines during the year, and since the inception of the rural 
power district plan. 

There was a gratifying increase in the demand for service in rural areas. 
On the following pages items of interest concerning construction in some of the 
rural power districts and other work in connection with distribution feeder 
lines, distributing systems owned by municipalities and by the Commission, 
street lighting, etc., are recorded. These installations are made under the super- 
vision of the Distribution section of the Electrical Engineering department. 

Design of Rural Lines 

In the design of rural lines during the past few years there has developed, 
particularly in the "United States, a strong tendency towards low costs for 
initial installations. This, in itself, is praiseworthy, providing the savings in 
carrying charges on the capital investment are not more than offset by increases 
in maintenance and operating costs. 

Cheap construction which does not ensure a reasonable length of useful 
life must be loaded with a high rate of depreciation. There are other dangers. 
The cost of maintenance and operation in rural areas is necessarily higher than 
in urban districts. It is therefore advisable to reduce to a minimum the cost of 
maintenance and to eliminate failures in poles, conductors and equipment, 
due to any cause that can be anticipated. 

In Ontario, lines must be built to withstand wind and sleet storms. In 
winter many miles of line are difficult of access, so that repairs are costly and 
service interruptions relatively long. The economical design will take into 
consideration all factors which have a bearing on the cost of supplying satisfac- 
tory service to the rural consumer. 

In Ontario the native cedar pole is commonly used to carry the conductors 
and equipment for rural lines. The cost of these supports is a major item in the 
cost of the completed line, and therefore warrants careful consideration both 
in the selection of the pole itself and also in the manner of its application in the 
line. Consideration must be given to the number, size and weight of the con- 
ductors to be supported, the nature of the soil in which the pole is set, the 
length of pole to assure under all conditions of temperature and sleet, ample 
clearance of the conductors from the ground, and from trees, buildings, foreign 
lines, etc. There is also involved the exposure to wind and sleet, and the length 
of span between the supporting poles. It is good practice to provide excess 
strength of supports in the original construction so that, in spite of the inevit- 
able deterioration which age brings, sufficient strength will remain to with- 
stand the necessary stresses for a long time. 

It is evident that if the deterioration of the pole itself can be arrested and 
the useful life prolonged, a reduction in the excess strength referred to above, is 
permissible. Poles of lesser strength may be used or the spacing between poles 
may be increased, and in either case a cheaper line results. 

While the preservative treatment of poles is not new, the high cost of the 
treatment has heretofore been an obstacle to its use. There have been developed, 
however, processes which are inexpensive and which promise to make the 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 111 

application economical. Advantage will be taken of this as soon as the original 
experiments show reasonable confirmation of the efficacy of the treatment. 
Another phase of the problem is that with longer spans, stronger conductors 
are required. These may be obtained by increasing the cross section of materials 
now in common use, but such larger conductors are more costly. The desired 
requirement is stronger conductors without increased cost. Heretofore copper, 
aluminum and aluminum with steel core, have been in common use. There are 
now available various new combinations of copper with steel and aluminum with 
steel, which give promise of providing the characteristics required., It is ex- 
pected that the feasibility of their use will be decided at an early date from 
observation of the several trial installations made. 

Guying for Wood-Pole Lines 

Guying is an important feature of wood-pole line construction. When, 
due to angles in the line or at terminal points, unbalanced strains are imposed 
on a pole, it is the usual practice to attach a steel cable between the pole and 
an anchor buried in the ground, to compensate for the lack of balance. 

The distribution section of the department has co-operated in the design of 
a new type of guy which has two outstanding advantages. At no increase in 
cost over present methods, double strength is obtained, and the taking up of 
slack, which is inevitable as time passes, is cheaply and readily accomplished. 

Several installations have been made satisfactorily and the application 
of this new equipment should result in a saving in construction and main- 
tenance costs. 

Highway Lighting 

To demonstrate the effiicacy of new types of lamps used for street and 
highway lighting, four sodium-vapor units were installed on King's Highway 
No. 8, near Stoney Creek, and one mercury-vapor unit at the intersection of 
University avenue and College streets in Toronto. 

Moving of Poles 

The relocation of pole lines continues due to road improvements on 
township, county and provincial highways. 

Engineering for Municipalities 

The Commission is frequently requested to advise municipalities regarding 
problems of distribution. In some cases estimates and plans are prepared and 
materials and equipment purchased and installed under the supervision of 
the distribution section of the department. 

Joint Use of Poles with "Foreign" Companies 

This subject has been studied to ensure satisfactory arrangements where 
for any reason it may be advisable to permit this type of construction. In 
addition to the cases of joint use with other companies effected by the Com- 
mission, many of the municipalities have already arranged for or are con- 
templating, joint use. The Commission's staff is able to give advice in this 
matter to the municipalities. 

CONSTRUCTION WORK 

The following pages contain brief references to the principal construction 
work carried on for the several systems in connection with rural lines, dis- 
tribution feeders and municipal distribution systems. 



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NIAGARA SYSTEM 
Rural Line Construction 

Beamsville R.P.D. — N44D3 — A number of primary extensions were 
constructed during the year. A new line was constructed to serve the plant of 
the Clinton township rock crusher, which had been moved to a new site. 
Estimates were submitted to change the existing 66 2/3-cycle rural lines and 
equipment to 25 cycles. 

Dundas R.P.D. — N2D1 — Estimates on the cost of incorporating the 
existing 66 2/3-cycle lines and equipment into the 25-cycle system were sub- 
mitted. 

Brant R.P.D. — N12D1 — Construction of a line to serve Onondaga was 
commenced. The line may later be extended to serve the Indian settlement of 
Ohsweken. The voltage of the circuit now under construction will be 4,000 
2,300, with provision for an increase to 8,000/4,600 volts. 

Clinton R.P.D. — N8D11 — Four additional street lights were installed 
in Bayfield. 

London R.P.D. — N4D2 — Due to the re-routing of 13,200- volt lines west 
from London, the poles of which carried rural circuits also, considerable 
changes were made to the rural circuits. In a number of sections the poles that 
support rural circuits only, have been incorporated in the rural system. 

Lucan R.P.D.— N4D5 — For the first time in a number of years there 
has been unusual activity in this district. Approximately ten miles of new 
line were constructed south from Granton and west to Poplar Hill. 

Lynden R.P.D.— N2D2 — Additional lines were built to serve new 
consumers and also to serve, from Lynden, some consumers in this district 
who were formerly supplied from lines connected to the Dundas R.P.D. 
system. 

Markham R.P.D. — N3D1 — This district continues to be active and 
many short extensions were made. The line between Agincourt and Unionville, 
installed in 1922, was rehabilitated. 

St. Jacobs R.P.D. — N7D2 — Estimates were submitted covering improve- 
ment in service to Linwood, St. Clements and Heidelberg. 

Saltfleet R.P.D. — N17D1 — Very little construction of new primary 
lines was required but a large number of new consumers were connected to 
existing lines. Road widening of Barton street from Stoney Creek to Winona 
involved major changes in the transmission lines. Preliminary plans were 
made for converting the 66 2/3-cycle system to 25 cycles. 

Simcoe R.P.D. — N12D6 — A new neutral of No. 2 steel-reinforced alu- 
minum was erected between Simcoe and Port Dover for the 4,000/2,300-volt 
rural circuit. This replaced the 3 No. 13 galvanized steel wire neutral, erected 
in 1921, which had been causing interruptions due to failure from rust. 

Tavistock R.P.D. — N8D1 — Damage by sleet necessitated the replace- 
ment of conductors on the line between Tavistock and Shakespeare. 

Tilbury R.P.D. — N14D14 — Work was commenced on 153^ miles of new 
line of which 13 1/3 miles were completed by the end of October. To improve 



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RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 

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114 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

service in the south and west sections of the district, 1% miles of conductor 
were added to an existing line. 

Wallaceburg R.P.D. — N14D13— In addition to the construction of 
12 miles of pole lines to serve new consumers, service was improved on Forhan 
street, at the west limits of Wallaceburg by the installation of larger secondary 
conductors. 

Walsingham R.P.D. — N12D7 — Unusual activity in this district is 
evidenced by the addition of 27J/2 miles of new line during the year. The 
increased load necessitated a change in the distribution voltage from 4,000/- 
2,300 to 8,000 4,600 and this will be made at an early date. 

Welland R.P.D. — N1D5 — A section of high-voltage transmission line 
between Welland South and the hamlet of Dain City, being no longer required 
for its original purpose, was taken over for incorporation into the rural system 
where it could be used to advantage. 

Woodstock R.P.D. — N10D2 — Secondary circuits in heavily loaded areas 
adjacent to Woodstock were rearranged to improve service. 

Distribution Feeder Construction 

Under this classification are included a number of lines, carrying circuits 
with voltage suitable for local distribution, by which the Commission supplies 
power to certain municipalities and other customers. 

Delaware D.S. to Mount Brydges — N432x4 — The neutral conductors of 
this 4,000/2,300-volt circuit was the sky wire of the 13,200-volt circuit sup- 
ported on the same poles. As the sky wire was removed, it was necessary to 
install another conductor for the neutral. 

St. Williams D.S. to Port Rowan— N 1253x22— Due to the large in- 
crease in rural services in the Walsingham rural power district, it is proposed to 
change the voltage of this feeder from 4,000 to 8,000. Preliminary arrangements 
are completed and the change will probably be made before the end of the 
calendar year. 

GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 



Rural Line Construction 



Innisfil R.P.D. — S31D1 — To improve voltage regulation, impaired by 
new extensions and increased loads on existing lines, a three-phase bank of 
automatic step-boosters was installed near the village of Lefroy. The capacity 
of the bank is 72 kv-a and the voltage rating of the circuit 8,000/4,600. 

Midland R.P.D. — S1D1 — Approximately 15 miles of single-phase, 
4, 600- volt line were added during the year. 

Owen Sound R.P.D. — E2D1 — Approximately 8 miles of single-phase, 
2,300-volt line were constructed to serve the farming section in the vicinity of 
Hoath Head. 

Port Perry R.P.D.— W12D1— Up to 1935 this system was fed from the 
Port Perry municipal system at 4,000 volts. Due to increased load it was 
decided to install a separate substation to serve the rural load only and to 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 115 

change the distribution voltage to 8,000/4,600. This entailed changing connec- 
tions on 90 transformers and replacing their protective equipment with arresters 
and switches suitable for the higher voltage. It was also necessary to install a 
neutral conductor for 8 y± miles and to install 1.2 miles of 3-phase No. 2 copper 
circuit to connect to the new station. All work was completed and placed in 
service on May 14, 1935. 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

Rural Line Construction 

Bowmanville R.P.D. — C23D1 — Extensions totalling 5.06 miles were built 
during the year including one of 3.23 miles to supply nine consumers in the 
vicinity of Soper Creek. 

Cobourg R.P.D. — C13D1 — Approximately 8.63 miles of line were con- 
structed to supply 22 consumers. 

Fenelon Falls R.P.D. — C30D1 — The line on the north shore of Sturgeon 
lake was extended 2y 2 miles and 5.03 miles were built to supply the village 
of Cambray. 

Kingston R.P.D. — C44D1 — Approximately 14.9 miles of line were built 
to supply 39 consumers in the villages of Inverary and Battersea. 

Oshawa R.P.D.— C24D1 — Extensions totalling 12 miles, including one 
of 5.5 miles to supply a group of summer 'consumers at Squires Beach, were 
constructed during the year. 

Renfrew R.P.D. — QM16D1 — Construction^ 21.7 miles of line to serve 
consumers in the hamlets of Beachburg, Forrester's Falls, Westmeath and 
vicinity, was started in October, 1935. 

Smiths Falls R.P.D. — H3D1 — Fifteen miles of line were constructed to 
serve the hamlets of Toledo, Frankville, Plum Hollow and neighboring areas. 

Wellington R.P.D. — C45D1 — Approximately 19.9 miles of rural line 
were extended north from Picton during the year to supply 46 consumers at 
Northport, Green Point and in the intervening area. This line is supplied from 
the Picton distribution system at Picton town limits where the voltage is 
stepped up to 4,600 from 2,300 volts. 

Distribution Feeder Construction 

Renfrew D.S. to Cobden D.S.— QM16xl633— The line to supply the 
village of Cobden was completed early in the year as a three-phase, 6,600-volt, 
ungrounded line.. The increased demand on this line, due chiefly to rural 
extension in the Renfrew R.P.D., has necessitated an increase in voltage. 
Arrangements have, therefore, been made to string a neutral wire and convert 
this line to 11,400/6,600 volt, grounded construction. 

Sidney Terminal Station to Trenton Air Station— C3x303— This new 
line, 4.3 miles in length, at 6,600 volts, 3-phase, was constructed and ready for 
service on August 14, 1935. The customer had been receiving power from the 
lines of the Trenton rural power district 4,000/2,300-volt circuit. 



116 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

Municipal Distributing Systems 

Renfrew — A survey of the distribution system of the town of Renfrew 
was made on request of the power committee of this municipality. Unusual 
conditions were found due to the amalgamation of three private power com- 
panies whose interests in generating and distribution plant were purchased 
by the municipality. A plan to re-construct the entire distribution system to 
improve operating conditions is being prepared. 

NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 

Distribution Feeder Construction 

Ramore D.S. to Ramore— FA1833x3 — The construction of this single- 
phase 4, 600- volt line, approximately 5 miles in length, was commenced on 
October 23, 1935. 

Ramore D.S. to Matheson— FA1833x4— This is a 3-phase, 8,000/4,600- 
volt circuit, approximately 7 miles in length. Construction was commenced 
on October 15, 1935. 

Sudbury to Sudbury Star Broadcasting Stn.— FS501x4— To serve 
the broadcasting station of the Sudbury Star, three miles of 4,000-volt circuit 
were strung on poles of the Commission's 22,000-volt line, and connected to 
a circuit of the Sudbury municipal system. This new circuit is the property of 
the Sudbury Star Publishers Limited. 

Municipal Distribution Systems 

Burwash Industrial Farm — On request of the Provincial Department of 
Public Works the distribution system on the property of the Burwash Industrial 
Farm, including 13 miles of 4,000/2,300-volt line was rebuilt to operate at 
8,000/4,600 volts. The poles of the main line were tested, replaced where 
necessary, and extended one mile to supply three-phase power and lighting 
to a new pumping installation on the Wanapitei river. Branch lines were 
changed to operate at the new voltage. In this work all ground labor, cartage, 
etc. was supplied by the Burwash Industrial Farm. 

Kirkland Lake — At the request of the township an inventory and 
valuation were made of the distribution system at Kirkland Lake, township 
of Teck, Abitibi district. This system is owned by the Northern Canada Power 
Corporation. 

Matachewan — FA1703 — A distribution system was constructed to 
supply approximately 70 consumers in the Matachewan town site from a 
station at the Young-Davidson mine. 

Matheson — FA 1804 — A distribution system to serve approximately 
100 consumers, and a street lighting system in the village of Matheson were 
commenced on October 23, in the village of Matheson. 

Ramore — FA 1803 — A distribution system to serve approximately 50 
consumers, and a street lighting system in the village of Ramore were com- 
menced on October 30. 

Timmins — An appraisal was made of the town distribution system, 
owned by the Northern Canada Power Corporation. 



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SECTION VII 

TESTING— RESEARCH— INSPECTION 

The Testing and Inspection department is composed of three main divi- 
sions: — the Testing and Research laboratories, the Approvals laboratory and 
the Electrical Inspection division. 

The Testing and Research laboratories comprise the Electrical laboratory, 
Structural Materials laboratory, Chemical laboratory, Photometric labora- 
tory and the Photographic and Blueprint branches. Their functions include 
testing, inspection and research in so far as these special services are required 
by the Commission, the Hydro municipalities and their customers. The 
Approvals laboratory must test and inspect electrical appliances and devices 
manufactured for sale or use in Ontario to insure the elimination of equipment 
hazardous to human life or to property. The Electrical Inspection division is 
responsible for the administration of the Commission's rules governing elec- 
trical installations. The work of this section is province wide and consists 
mainly in the inspection of wiring installations. 

The Commission makes extensive use of its Laboratories and Research 
Department in studying problems of pressing importance. The purpose of 
these studies is, for the most part, to acquire technical and scientific information 
which may be applied to effect economies in construction work, to reduce main- 
tenance costs, or to secure additional power loads. New methods and materials 
are continually being investigated and improvements in methods of construc- 
tion and operation are suggested. These investigations have also resulted in 
the development of new types of equipment for the Commission's own use. 
A research programme is being followed in which the Laboratory co-operates 
with other departments in order that all available knowledge of the staff may 
be made use of in the solution of any problem. 

During the year encouraging progress was made in alleviating the effects 
of vibration of transmission line conductors, a prolific source of trouble in the 
operation of power lines; a systematic study was made of wooden transmission 
structures and methods of preserving them from decay, which it is hoped will 
increase the life of these structures and thereby reduce maintenance costs; 
continuous inspection of concrete structures yielded information which is being 
applied to lengthen the life of these structures and to assist the Engineering 
department to improve its methods of design, while the study of the possi- 
bilities of electric soil heating has added to the Commission's rural loads. 

In addition to this special work, the testing and inspection of all material 
and equipment purchased is a routine activity of the laboratory and assures, 
as far as possible, that the Commission obtains the best available quality in its 
plants and structures. 



118 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

TESTING AND RESEARCH LABORATORIES 
Statistical and Routine Work 

During the year, 84,211 tests were made in the laboratory. This represents 
an increase of approximately 23 per cent over last year and includes the testing 
of material purchased under specification, tests for Hydro municipalities and 
outside organizations, as well as tests required in laboratory investigations. 

Materials and Equipment Inspection 

Owing to the construction of the new Administration building, extensions 
to the Abitibi and Chats Falls developments, and to detailed inspection of 
materials required for new rural lines and transformer stations, much inspection 
work was required throughout the year. 

Transmission Line Materials 

The practice of regularly inspecting material required in transmission line 
construction was continued. The total value of material inspected exceeded 
last year's figures by approximately twenty per cent. In addition, shop inspec- 
tion was made of porcelain insulators valued at $85,000 and copper wire and 
galvanized steel cable amounting to 505 tons. 

Structural and Tower Steel 

One hundred and twenty-five tons of structural steel required for the 
Chats Falls frequency changer and 162 tons of galvanized steel for various 
station structures were inspected. 

Equipment 

The major items of electrical equipment inspected were 45 power trans- 
formers and 333 distribution transformers of total capacity 122,271 kv-a, 
11 oil-circuit breakers of total capacity 346,200 kv-a, 32 disconnecting switches, 
and three motor-generator sets having an aggregate rating of 1,040 kw. In- 
cluded in the inspection of power-house equipment were three 48,500 kv-a 
generators, one 45,000 kv-a frequency changer and miscellaneous smaller items. 
Most of the above equipment was required for construction at Chats Falls 
and Abitibi Canyon. 

The inspection of equipment for the Beauharnois Light Heat and Power 
Company was completed. This inspection work included two 53,000-h.p. 
hydraulic turbines, two 43,822 kv-a electric generators, two motor-generator 
sets, two transformers and several circuit breakers. 

Special attention was directed to the inspection of welding for the syn- 
chronous condensers at Leaside, the steam mains in the new Administration 
building and the frequency changer at Chats Falls. 

Administration Building 

The inspection of materials and workmanship involved in the Administra- 
tion building construction was maintained until the structure was completed. 
Inspection was made of 357 tons of reinforcing steel, 21,000 cubic feet of stone, 
two tanks and the lining and doors of the securities vault. 



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Three-quarters actual size Structural Materials Laboratory. 

Concrete 

The inspection of concrete for the Chats Falls frequency changer and the 
new Administration building were the major items of work under this heading. 
In each case, a member of the staff was stationed at the job as resident inspector. 

Examination of the Commission's existing concrete structures for the 
purpose of detecting deterioration was continued. Inspections were made of 
the main dam at Eugenia, the repairs to the power house of the Ontario Power 
Company, generating stations at Sidney, Frankford, Ranney Falls, Seymour, 
Auburn and High Falls, the Queenston power house, the intake at Chippawa 
and thirteen bridges crossing the power canal. 

Research 

Research work at the laboratories is governed almost entirely by the needs 
of the Commission, whether they involve the investigation of new methods 
and materials, studies leading to improvements in methods or materials now 
in use, the answer to problems arising from troubles experienced in operation, 
or the investigation of specific problems whose solutions are of importance in 
various phases of the Commission's activities. 



New Methods and Materials 

New methods and materials are constantly being investigated to determine 
if they have sufficient merit to justify their use. Typical examples investigated 
during the year include: — various types of transmission line equipment, 
thermostats for soil heating, lighting devices, concrete waterproofing com- 



120 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

pounds, linemen's safety belts, electro-plated zinc coatings for steel wire, 
aluminum protective coatings for metal surfaces and water-softening devices 
for preventing boiler scale. 

Investigation of Troubles 

Problems of this nature investigated during the year are as follows: 
Examination of a copper conductor to determine the reason for failure 
in service; examination of stator brace bolts from Leaside to determine the 
cause of undercutting; an investigation of the Abitibi domestic water supply 
to determine its quality; the investigation of rapid corrosion in cooling pipes 
at Kirkland Lake; an examination of Leaside cooling pond to determine the 
cause of excessive algae growth; a study to determine factors responsible for 
a large increase in core loss of a transformer from Cornwall. 

In each case a report was prepared outlining the conditions found to be 
responsible for the trouble and remedial measures for overcoming it. 

Investigations Leading to Improvement in Methods or Materials 

To a large extent, problems under this heading are initiated by the lack 
of satisfactory methods or materials available for some specific purpose. 
Typical examples of this type of research conducted during the year, are as 
follows: 

Comparative tests to determine the merits of various types of service 
knobs and wire joints. Forty-eight tests were made. 

A search for suitable materials and a procedure for laying acid-resisting 
mastic floors in the cold state. A complete report was prepared. 

An investigation of materials for treating galvanized iron prior to painting. 

An analysis of the stresses occurring in wood poles below the ground line. 

Tests on integral boiler compounds for steam-heating systems. 

The development of a safety fuse for electric-water-heating thermostats. 
(This device is now required in every new thermostat used for the Com- 
mission's domestic water heaters. ) 

An investigation to determine the corrosive effect of chemical weed des- 
troyers on buried conduit. No satisfactory material has yet been found, but the 
problem is being studied further. 

Metallurgical examinations of numerous samples of weld metal to amplify 
our knowledge of the crystal structure produced by various processes. 

Further development of a method for recharging lightning arresters. 

Further work on the development of a high potential indicator. The merits 
of this device have been definitely established. 

Considerable study from the safety hazard point of view was given the 
problem of electric thawing of frozen water mains. 

Treatment of Wood Poles 

The study of the preservative treatment of wood poles was continued, 
extensive tests being made to determine the merits of new treatments and 
methods of application. A number of stub poles to be planted at Barrie, were 
treated in the laboratory by various processes, and some study was given to a 
new method proposed for treating green poles at the time and place they 
are cut. 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 121 




FATIGUE TESTING MACHINE FOR WIRE 
Used to determine the fatigue limit of conductor materials 



The annual inspection of experimental beds at Barrie and Leaside was 
made, and in addition, more than 500 poles in service were examined to deter- 
mine the rate of decay and the effect of preservatives. 

Paint 

Paint investigations were of the same general character as those conducted 
in the past. These investigations included tests to determine the most suitable 
enamels and finishes for exterior equipment, the search for a paint suitable for 
both plastered and metal surfaces and tests to determine the quality of the 
cheaper grades of roof dressing. 

The usual routine work of checking the quality of paints regularly used by 
the Commission was continued, and an inspection was made of under-water 
test panels at Niagara Falls. 

Oil 

The development of a satisfactory method of reconditioning deteriorated 
transformer oil has received much attention in recent years. This year, the 
investigation was advanced to the stage where definite recommendations as to 
methods and equipment were made for field installations. 

Another current oil research is an investigation to determine the rate at 
which insulating oils absorb oxygen. This study is being made in an endeavour 
to improve upon existing test methods. Motor vehicle and generator lubricants 
have also been studied. 

Concrete 

A major concrete investigation was conducted to study small test speci- 
mens to determine their usefulness as a strength indicator for materials and 
proportions proposed for minor construction projects. The development of a 
test of this nature was dictated by the high cost of transporting samples of 
test materials from remote power sites. The tests in this investigation have 
been completed, but the results have not been analyzed. 



122 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 




RESEARCH ON VIBRATION OF LINE CONDUCTORS 
Test span and observation platform at Port Credit 



Numerous investigations respecting concrete were made to determine 
proportioning data for current construction operations at Chats Falls, Abitibi 
Canyon, Cameron Falls dam, the new Administration building, station struc- 
tures at Southampton, Simcoe, Ottawa, Falconbridge, Timmins, Larder Lake, 
and Kirkland Lake, and the Experimental station at Leaside. Several investiga- 
tions were also made for outside organizations, and assistance was given a 
Hydro municipality in the selection of a design for concrete street poles. 

Additional study was given to the durability of concrete and to proposed 
methods of determining the constituents of fresh concrete. 

The policy of regularly inspecting the various Commission plants has 
provided much valuable data on the deterioration and repair of concrete, but, 
in addition, the practice has been followed of studying other structures whose 
conditions offered opportunity to add to our knowledge of these subjects. 
During the year, about twenty such inspections were made, mainly of structures 
already visited in past years. 



Vibration of Transmission Line Conductors 



The study of conductor breakages due to vibrations caused by the wind 
has advanced appreciably during the year. Extensive field tests were made, 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



123 




TYPICAL DEVICES TESTED FOR THEIR ABILITY TO REDUCE TRANSMISSION LINE 

VIBRATIONS 
Upper Row: 
Centre: Whiffle tree suspension. 
Left: Oscillating mechanical device. 

Lower: Festoon damper. 



Right: Spring suspension. 



and several devices proposed for damping or eliminating vibration were tested 
to determine quantitatively what might be expected of them under operating 
conditions. 

A laboratory investigation was made to determine the vibration charac- 
teristics of various types of dead-end clamps and connections. This study 
revealed several features of value. The study of fatigue properties of wire was 
confined to microscopic examinations of aluminum to determine what effect 
crystal structure, defects, impurities and manufacturing processes might have 
on the finished wire. This investigation will be continued. 

Radio Interference 

Special tests were made to determine the characteristics of materials 
causing radio interference, and assistance was given the Department of Marine, 
in locating sources of interference on the Commission's systems. 

Communication 

Problems of this nature arise through the necessity of maintaining constant 
communication between the Commission's power stations. During the year, 
attention was given to the control of frequency by use of crystals for short wave 
radio transmitters and to inductive interference between power and com- 
munication systems. 



124 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

Off-Peak Power Studies 

During the year consideration was given by the Commission to proposals 
regarding uses for off-peak power, and it was decided to investigate the elec- 
trolytic production of oxygen and hydrogen, its applications in industry and its 
possibilities as a means of increasing both Commission and municipal off-peak 
load. An experimental plant is being built at Leaside which will be in operation 
about December 1, 1935. 

Miscellaneous Research 

Analyses were made of the cause of system interruptions and of the 
operating stability of power networks, and some study was given to a proposed 
scheme of residential heating using the system of the reversed refrigeration 
cycle. 

Members of the staff have taken active part in committee work in respect 
to subjects of particular interest to the Commission. Co-operation was given 
many of the engineering and standards associations, and several technical 
papers were presented during the year. 

Miscellaneous 

New Equipment 

Equipment purchased during the year consisted of a wire fatigue testing 
machine for determining the endurance limits of conductor materials, and 
a set of screens for concrete tests. 

Equipment designed and constructed included an abrasion machine for 
testing conductor coverings, a dielectric testing board for insulated wire and 
cable, and a small device for removing the impregnating compound from wire 
wrappings. 

Purchase Specifications 

A revised specification for copper wire and cable was drafted in co-opera- 
tion with the Engineering department and the purchase specification for 
wood was reviewed. 

The laboratories collaborated with the American Concrete Institute in 
revising the 1928 Rules and Regulations for Concrete and Reinforced Concrete 
and with the Canadian Engineering Standards Association in preparing 
specifications for carbon steel forgings and reinforcing materials for concrete. 

Service Building 

A complete inspection of the building was made and several changes, 
recommended as a result of this inspection, were carried out. Special attention 
was given to the elevator and fire protection equipment, and alterations to the 
heating system are in progress. 

Lighting Service 

During the 1935 lighting campaign, thirteen lectures accompanied by 
practical demonstrations were given in various parts of the Province by a 
member of the staff. These lectures resulted in a substantial increase in the 
demand for lighting service and eighty-one reports on lighting problems were 
submitted in response to customers' requests. Assistance was also given to the 
larger municipalities holding lighting shows, to the Engineering department 
in the selection of lighting units for the new Administration building, and to a 
local hospital in the development of a surgical spotlight. 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 125 




STEEL CLAMPS 




ALUMINUM CLAMPS 




THREE BOLT CLAMP 





TWISTED ALUMINUM SLEEVE 



DEAD-END CONNECTIONS ON RURAL TRANSMISSION LINES TESTED FOR VIBRATION 

CHARACTERISTICS 



126 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

A new highly efficient lamp developed in the United States was intro- 
duced into Canada during the year, and at the request of Canadian manu- 
facturers arrangements were made between the Commission and the Illuminat- 
ing Engineering Society of the United States whereby the testing of this 
lamp would be carried on by the laboratory. This work is now proceeding and 
nine Canadian manufacturers are making use of the service. 

Lamps 

Lamp sales showed an increase of about 18 per cent over the previous 
year. The quality of these lamps is regularly checked by shop and laboratory 
tests. 

Thirty-two lamps were standardized for lamp testing and other photo- 
metric requirements, and a number of tests and lamp problems were handled 
for municipalities. In this way, assistance not otherwise available is furnished 
for their individual needs. 

Five automobile lighting devices were tested and seven others were 
examined under the specifications of the Department of Highways. 

APPROVALS LABORATORY 

Statistical 

The following table gives a summary of the testing and inspection work 
of the Approvals laboratory for the past three years: 

1933 1934 1935 

number number number 

Applications for approval 743 742 696 

Applications for special inspection, etc.. 237 267 362 

Applications for listing only 67 54 30 

Factory inspection reports • 3,328 3,998 4,928 

Labels sold (except conduit and wire, 

cord, cable, etc.) 621,723 1,057,378 1,435,906 

Labels sold— conduit 446,000 705,000 653,600 

Labels sold— wire, cord, cable, etc 334,000 438,000 499,000 

Total number of labels sold 1,401,723 2,200,378 2,588,506 

The following table gives the amount of wire, cable and conduit labelled 
during the past three years: 

1933 1934 1935 

feet feet feet 

Insulated wire 63,600,000 74,125,000 87,750,000 

(Incl. R.C. fixture wire and heat- 
resisting fixture wire ) 

Flexible cord 22,200,000 20,375,000 21,750,000 

Heater cord 5,560,000 4,500,000 5,625,000 

Armoured cable 7,420,000 9,150,000 8,250,000 

Flexible steel conduit 120,000 150,000 200,000 

Flexible non-metallic tubing 4,500,000 4,250,000 5,250,000 

Non-metallic sheathed cable 6,300,000 7,250,000 7,300,000 

Rigid steel conduit 4,680,000 7,050,000 6,536,000 

(Incl. nipples and elbows) 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 127 

Applications for approval may be sub-divided as follows: 

1933 
number 

Motor-driven appliances 222 

Electrically-heated appliances 168 

Wiring devices 125 

Lighting devices 106 

Industrial control devices and transformers 43 

Miscellaneous equipment and materials 43 

Wire and cable 19 

Radio and sound appliances 17 



Specifications 

Summary of Work 



1933 
number 



1934 


1935 


number 


number 


194 


186 


201 


192 


96 


88 


112 


87 


31 


22 


53 


81 


17 


8 


38 


32 


1934 


1935 


number 


number 


17 


17 


7 


9 


1 


12 


8 


4 


9 


14 


3 


2.5 


2 


1 



Specifications in process by Canadian Engin- 
eering Standards Association at beginning 
of year 15 

Specifications printed and issued 5 

Other specifications advanced to C.E.S.A. 

form 4 

Other specifications begun by laboratory staff.. 10 

Meetings of C.E.S.A. Specification , panel 

attended by staff 15 

Average attendance by staff members 3.5 

Other meetings relating to Approvals work 3 

Label Sales 

It will be noted that there has been an increase over the year 1934 of 
17J/£ per cent in the number of labels sold. This is due largely to an increased 
demand for labels for electric fixtures, portable lamps, service boxes, panel- 
boards, branch circuit breakers and signs. 

The volume of wire, cord, cable, and conduit labelled during the past three 
years is shown on a separate table. Except in the case of rigid conduit and 
armoured cable all items show an increase over the previous year. Part of the 
increased use of the "insulated wire" label is no doubt due to requirements 
set forth in the Specification on Electric Fixtures. 

A new combination approval label for decorative lighting outfits was 
designed and label service made effective in April, 1935, to cover equipment 
sold the following season. 

Miscellaneous 

Improvements were made in the equipment for testing fuses and small 
circuit-breakers and for making dielectric tests on wire and cable. 

A revision of the general bulletin covering operation of the label service 
on rubber-covered wires and cables and in line with the draft of Specification 
No. 38 of the Canadian Electrical Code, Part II, was prepared. It is expected 
that this revised bulletin will be made effective early next year. 



128 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

In the operation of the label service for insulated wires, cables and cords a 
new standard identifying marker scheme was put into effect. The quality of 
the wire and cable is controlled by a series of tests conducted in the factories 
and in the laboratory, and demerit reports for this year indicate that manu- 
facturers of wire and cable are continually improving the quality of these 
important products. 

Applications received during the year show some new items which appear 
to have received attention from manufacturers. These items include warming 
pads, coffee makers and toasters; picture and sound-projecting machines of 
the portable type; motors and motor-operated pumps and tools; refrigeration 
control devices; Christmas-tree outfits; therapeutic short-wave diathermy 
equipment; enclosures (other than explosion-proof) for use in hazardous 
locations. 

Further assistance was given to restrict the sale of substandard fixtures 
and appliances, and it is believed that the sale of these devices is now effectively 
controlled in Ontario. 

The preparation of specifications in co-operation with the Canadian 
Engineering Standards Association and the manufacturers of electrical equip- 
ment has continued with results as indicated in the table " Specifications' ' 
appearing above. Surveys have been made of a few of the existing specifications 
as issued by the Canadian Engineering Standards Association, and revisions 
have been made to keep the standard specifications in line with the develop- 
ments in the art. 

Several problems involving industry and the Canadian Electrical Code 
have been disposed of, with evident benefit to all parties concerned. 



ELECTRICAL INSPECTION DEPARTMENT 

The Electrical Inspection department was reorganized at the beginning 
of the present fiscal year. Prior to the re-organization, the department embraced 
thirty-two Electrical Inspection districts with district offices located in the 
principal cities and towns in the Province. 

In the reorganization, ten district offices were closed. 

The district offices closed were: — Belleville, Guelph, Niagara Falls, 
Orillia, Peterboro, Sarnia, St. Thomas, Stratford, Windsor and Woodstock. 

The Tenth Edition of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission Rules and 
Regulations Governing Electrical Installations for Buildings, Structures and 
Premises, primarily the Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, Third edition, was 
released by the Canadian Engineering Standards Association early this year 
and became effective in Ontario on November 1st, 1935. 



Statistical 

The volume of business, handled by the department, showed a decided 
improvement over 1934. In all 82,915 permits were issued, an increase over 
1934 of 9,691, or 13.2 per cent. 141,604 inspections were made, an increase of 
1,884 or 1.3 per cent. 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



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department for the past seven years, beginning with the peak year 1929: 

Years Permits issued Inspections made 



1929. 
1930. 
1931. 
1932. 
1933. 
1934. 
1935. 



95,876 


189,690 


95,229 


. 186,891 


89,760 


177,782 


76,171 


153,895 


75,054 


137,760 


73,224 


139,720 


82,916 


141,604 



Fires Attributed to Electricity 

Each year, a large number of fires are alleged to have been caused by 
defective electric wiring or equipment. In the majority of instances when an 
investigation is made, any evidence which would afford proof of the electrical 
origin has been destroyed by the fire. Fourteen fires were found to have been 
due to electrical defects as compared to twenty-three in 1934. They have been 
classified as to origin as follows: 

Origin Number 

Armoured cable 4 



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Extension cords 

Short circuit in elevator EontroL 

Short circuit in base of gasoline pump standard 

Fuse holder bridged 

Loose joint 

Short circuit between armoured cable and foreign circuit. 



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130 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

Electrocutions 

Six persons were electrocuted this year, through contact with electric 
wiring or equipment coming under the jurisdiction of this department, this 
number being an increase of three over last year. The individual causes are 
briefly cited below: 

Child electrocuted by putting a live circuit wire in its mouth. Voltage 
of circuit, 115. 

Two men were electrocuted when deep well pump rods, which they 
were removing from a well, came in contact with a primary feeder. Voltage 
to ground, 2,200. 

Girl electrocuted when using a defective ironing cord. Voltage of 
circuit, 115. 

Man electrocuted when attempting to remove an improperly con- 
nected plug from a portable welding machine. Voltage of circuit, 550. 

Man electrocuted while working on a silo filling blower pipe. The 
pipe was lifted off the cutting box and fell over, coming in contact with a 
4,600 volt line. 



Ground Tests 

Two thousand five hundred and eighty-nine ground tests were made this 
year, in isolated communities and in rural districts, an increase of 770 or 
42 per cent over 1934. The grounds so tested are required by the rules and 
regulations in order to minimize life and fire hazards. 



Infractions of Regulations 

Twenty-two persons and companies were prosecuted for various infrac- 
tions of the Provincial rules and regulations, such as installing wiring and 
equipment without permits or neglecting to remedy defects which constitute 
a life or fire hazard. 



Re-Wiring 

The routine work of re-inspecting the older and more obsolete type of 
installation has been carried out as in previous years. Towards the latter 
part of the year, the department was requested by the Liquor Control Board 
to make a general inspection of all hotels throughout the Province. This 
request followed two fires which caused a loss of life on hotel premises. These 
inspections will be completed early in the fiscal year 1936. In all, 2,714 installa- 
tions were brought up to a reasonable standard of safety at an approximate 
cost of $189,680. 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 131 

SECTION VIII 

ELECTRIC RAILWAYS 

THE HAMILTON STREET RAILWAY COMPANY 

A Subsidiary of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario- 
Niagara System 

Gross earnings on the Hamilton Street Railway for the year 1935 increased 
12.34 per cent. Operating expenses (including taxes) decreased 1.7 per cent. 
The net earnings increased by $111,897. The improved earnings were due to 
the elimination of jitney competition, improved employment conditions in 
Hamilton, and the adoption of a five cent fare. 

The balance sheet and income account are given at the end of Section IX. 

Operating results are summarized and compared in the following tabulation 
and chart. 

HAMILTON STREET RAILWAY 
Comparative Operating Statistics 

1934 1935 

Tramways Buses Total Tramways Buses Total 

Operating revenues: $ $ $ $ $ $ 

Passenger 661,055 148,640 809,695 717,572 191,973 909,545 

Freight 3,980 3,980 3,823 3,823 

Other operations 4,990 616 5,606 



Operating revenue 670,025 149,256 819,281 

Operating expenses 580,197 155,179 735,376 



Net operating revenues... 89,828 5,923* 83,905 

Taxes 50,600 7,573 58,173 



Net operating income 39,228 13,496* 25,732 

Interest on advances from Niagara System 11,551 10,292 



6,456 


579 


7,035 


727,851 
577,097 


192,552 
172,963 


920,403 
750,060 


150,754 
29,249 


19,589 
3,465 


170,343 
32,714 


121,505 


16,124 


137,629 



Dividend appropriations 14,181 127,337 



*Deficit 

1934 1935 

Route-miles: 

Tramway 27.28 ; 27.28 

Bus 17.69 17.69 



Total 44.97 44.97 



Track-miles 43.45 43.45 

Passenger cars operated 82 74 

Passenger buses operated 30 30 

Car-miles operated: 

Passenger cars 2,582,058 2,876,039 

Passenger buses 1,240,821 1,298,997 

Car-hours operated: 

Passenger cars 288,101 306,308 

Passenger buses 99,465 " 105,080 

Passengers carried 15,700,431 19,634,096 

Percentage of transfer passengers to 

revenue passengers 20.9% 19.5% 



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OPERATING STATISTICS 



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THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



133 



GUELPH RADIAL RAILWAY 

Operated by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission for the City of 

Guelph 

There was no major commitment on capital account during the year. 
Essential maintenance on way and structures, and equipment was performed. 

The balance sheet and income account are given at the end of Section IX. 

Operating results are summarized and compared in the following tabulation 
and chart. 



GUELPH RADIAL RAILWAY 
Comparative Operating Statistics 



Operating revenues 

Passenger 

Freight.... 

Other operations.. 



Tramways 

$ 


1934 
Buses 

$ 


Total 

$ 


Tramways 

$ 


1935 
Buses 

$ 


Total 

$ 


38,849 
9,299 


16,366 


55,215 

9,299 

535 


36,662 
9,573 . 

468 


15,880 


52,542 
9,573 


482 


53 


38 


506 



Operating revenue 

Operating expenses 


.. 48,630 
.. 54,804 


16,419 
15,595 


65,049 
70,399 






Net operating deficit 

Taxes 


.. - 6,174 

257 . 


824* 


5,350 
257 








Net operating loss 


6,431 


824* 


5,607 






Interest and instalment Davment 




|23,515 


Sinking fund 






3,485 


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32,607 



*Surplus 

■[Includes $11,700 on purchase account, made up as follows 

1934 

Amortization $8,731 

Interest 2,969 



46,703 
51,978 


15,918 
16,837 


62,621 
68,815 


5,275 

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919 


6,438 






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3,624 






2,358 






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1934 



1935 



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6-. 41 
5.99 



12.40 



Track-miles 9.06 

Passenger cars operated .,. 7 

Passenger buses operated 4 

Car-miles operated: 

Passenger cars 225,446 

Passenger buses , 97,698 

Freight locomotive 10,424 

Car-hours operated: 

Passenger cars 27,896 

Passenger buses 13,860 

Freight locomotive 2,064 

Passengers carried 1,196,377 

Percentage of transfer passengers to 

revenue passengers 27.15% 



6.41 
5.99 



12.40 

9.06 

7 
4 



226,892 

99,909 

9,518 

27,510 

14,110 

2,075 

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26.51% 



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1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 135 



SECTION IX 



FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

Relating to 

Properties Operated by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission in the 

Niagara, Georgian Bay, Eastern Ontario and Thunder Bay Systems 

on Behalf of Municipalities 

and to 

Northern Ontario Properties Operated by the Commission 

on Behalf of the Province, 

The Hamilton Street Railway Company — A Subsidiary of 

Niagara System, and 

Guelph Radial Railway — Operated by the Commission 

on Behalf of the City of Guelph 



IN this section of the Report financial statements relating to the activities 
of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission, segregated into certain distinct 
divisions, are presented. The first division relates to those activities on behalf 
of the co-operative municipalities, which are partners in the main "Hydro" 
undertaking comprising the Niagara, Georgian Bay, Eastern Ontario and 
Thunder Bay systems and certain minor properties. The second relates to the 
administration of the Northern Ontario Properties which are operated by the 
Commission on behalf of the Province. The third and fourth relate to The 
Hamilton Street Railway Company, a subsidiary of the Niagara system, and 
to the Guelph Radial Railway operated by the Commission for the city of 
Guelph. For each of these divisions of the Commission's administrative work, 
there are presented a balance sheet and an operating and income account. 
In the case of the co-operative systems and the Northern Ontario Properties, 
supplementary statements respecting fixed assets, reserves, etc., more fully 
described below, are given. 

Co-operative Systems 

In the Foreword to this Report a brief reference is made to the basic 
principle governing the operations of the "Hydro" undertaking in supplying 
electrical service at cost, and to the wholesale and retail aspects of the work. 
A description is also given of the several systems into which the partner 
municipalities are co-ordinated for securing common action with respect to 
power supplies, through the medium of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 
which, under The Power Commission Act, functions as their Trustee. 



136 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

Although for the purpose of financial administration the various systems 
are separate units, there is a similarity of procedure with respect to their opera- 
tion which enables certain financial statements, as for example the various 
reserves, to be co-ordinated and presented in summary tables. 

The first set of tables in Section IX gives collective results for the co- 
operative activities related to the four systems and minor associated properties. 
These tables include a balance sheet; an operating and income account; 
a summarization of cost distributions as detailed in the "cost of power" 
tables referred to below; schedules respecting fixed assets, capital expendi- 
tures and grants — rural power districts, power accounts receivable, 
funded debt issued or assumed, renewals reserves, obsolescence and 
contingencies reserves, sinking fund reserves, and the account with the 
Provincial Treasurer of the Province of Ontario. 

The tables which follow these general financial statements relate more 
particularly to the individual municipality's aspects of the wholesale activities 
of the Commission and for each system show the cost of power to the indi- 
vidual municipal utilities, the credit or debit adjustment that is made at the 
end of the fiscal year, and the sinking fund equity that has been acquired by 
the individual municipality. There is also included for each system a rural 
operating statement. 

The charges for power supplied by the Commission to the various muni- 
cipalities vary with the amounts of power used, the distances from the sources 
of supply and other factors. The entire capital cost of the various power 
developments and transmission systems is annually allocated to the connected 
municipalities and other wholesale power consumers, according to the relative 
use made of the lines and equipment. Each municipality assumes responsibility 
for that portion of property employed in providing and transmitting power for 
its use, together with such expenses — including the cost of purchased power if 
any — as are incidental to the provision and delivery of its wholesale power. 
The entire annual expenses— including appropriations for reserves — incurred 
by the Commission in the supply of power at wholesale are thus paid out of 
revenues collected in respect of such power, through the medium of power 
bills rendered by the Commission. The municipalities are billed at an estimated 
interim rate each month during the year and credit or debit adjustment is 
made at the end of the year, * when the Commission's books are closed and the 
actual cost payable by each municipality for power received has been determined. 

Included in the municipality's remittance to the Commission for the whole- 
sale cost of power — besides such current expenses as those for operation and 
maintenance of plant, for administration, and for interest on capital — are 
sums required to build up reserves for sinking fund, for renewals, and for 
obsolescence and contingencies. The first-mentioned reserve is for the purpose 
of liquidating the capital liabilities; consequently as capital obligations are 
discharged the plant will progressively be freed from interest expense. The 
other reserves are, respectively, being created to provide funds for the replacing 
or rebuilding of plant as it wears out; to enable the undertaking to replace 
existing equipment with improved equipment as it becomes available through 
advances in science and invention, and to meet unforeseen expenses which 
from time to time may arise. 

*The financial year for the Commission ends on October 31. The financial year for the 
municipal electric utilities, however, ends on December 31, and the municipal accounts are 
made up to this date, and so recorded in Section X. 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 137 

The ultimate source of all revenue to meet costs — whether for the larger 
operations of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission or for the smaller local 
operations of the municipalities — is, of course, the consumer. Out of the total 
revenue collected by each municipal utility from its consumers for service 
supplied, only an amount sufficient to pay the wholesale cost of power supplied 
by the Commission as outlined above is remitted to the Commission; the 
balance of municipal electrical revenue is retained to pay for the. expense 
incurred by the local utility in distributing the electrical energy to its consumers. 



Tabular Data 

The following comments relate to the tabular data presented : 

Balance Sheet. — The first tabular statement given in Section IX 
is a balance sheet showing the assets, and the liabilities, reserves and 
equities of the several co-operative systems. 

Operating and Income Accounts. — This statement, for each of 
the four systems, miscellaneous administrative and other properties, and 
certain electric railways, shows the operating revenues, operating expenses, 
including cost of power purchased, renewals provisions and obsolescence 
and contingencies provisions, miscellaneous income, deductions from 
income including interest, etc., and sinking fund appropriations. On this 
table is also, included similar information respecting properties operated 
for others, including Northern Ontario Properties, so as to present a 
combined total covering all properties operated by the Commission. 

Summarization of Cost Distributions — This statement is a sum- 
mary of the "cost of power' ' tables relating to the individual systems as 
referred to more particularly below, and shows how the figures contained 
in the operating and income accounts are finally distributed among the 
various consumers. 

Fixed Assets — Details are given concerning the various fixed assets 
of each system and of the miscellaneous properties, whilst similar details 
are shown of the capital expenditures for the year ended October 31, 1935. 

Capital Expenditures and Grants — Rural Power Districts. — 

This schedule gives summary information respecting the total capital 
expenditures on rural power districts and grants-in-aid of construction 
made by, or claimed from, the Province with respect to such rural districts. 

Power Accounts Receivable — This schedule sets forth the amounts 
collectible from all classes of power consumers and includes the annual 
adjustment figures from the "credit or charge" statements for munici- 
palities. The main details of those debit balances three months or more 
overdue are stated. 

Note— The annual adjustment figures from the "credit or charge" statements for 
rural power districts do not represent accounts receivable and these have 
therefore been shown on the balance sheet under the title of "rural power 
districts — rates suspense". 

Funded Debt, Issued or Assumed — This schedule presents a 
complete list of the securities issued or assumed by the Commission on 
account of the several systems, the Northern Ontario Properties and the 
Guelph Radial Railway. It should be noted that where securities have been 



138 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

issued to finance properties operated for others, this liability is only shown 
in memorandum form on the balance sheet of the Commission, whilst 
the direct liability is shown on the balance sheets of the Northern Ontario 
Properties and the Guelph Radial Railway. 

Renewals Reserves, and 

Obsolescence and Contingencies Reserves — These schedules show 
the provisions made to, the expenditures from, and the balance to the credit 
of, these reserves for each of the systems and other properties included 
in the power undertakings operated on a cost basis. 

Sinking Fund Reserves — This schedule summarizes the appropria- 
tion of principal and interest with respect to these reserves for each of 
the systems and certain minor properties. 

Account with the Provincial Treasurer — This schedule lists, 
both for the Niagara and other systems operated on a cost basis, and 
for the Northern Ontario Properties operated for the Province, the 
advances from the Province of Ontario and the interest, commission and 
exchange charges on these advances. It should be noted that Provincial 
advances to finance Northern Ontario Properties are shown in memorandum 
form only on the balance sheet of the Commission as the direct liability 
is carried on the Northern Ontario Properties' balance sheet. 

Following these statements, which are common to all systems, there are 
given for each of the individual co-operative systems four tabular statements 
as follows: 

Cost of Power statement, which shows the apportionment to each 
municipality or rural power district of the items of cost summarized in 
the operating account, as well as the apportionment of the fixed assets 
in service listed in the balance sheet and the amount of power taken by 
each municipality. It should be noted that the cost of power given in 
this table is the wholesale cost — that is, the cost which the Commission 
receives for the power delivered from the main transformer stations 
serving the local utility or rural power district. In the case of rural power 
districts, the costs of power for the respective districts appear also in the 
''rural operating" statement, immediately following, as "cost of power 
delivered"; in the case of municipal electrical utilities not directly admin- 
istered by the Commission, the respective costs of power appear in 
Statement "B" of Section X as "power purchased". 

Rural Operating statement, which shows for each rural power 
district the various items of cost, and the revenues received, in connection 
with the distribution of electrical energy to consumers. 

Credit or Charge statement, which shows the adjustments made in 
order to bring the amounts paid by each municipal electric utility to the 
actual cost of service to that municipality. These credits and charges 
are taken up and given effect to in the municipal accounts of "Hydro" 
utilities before the operating records of each year are closed. 

Sinking Fund statement, which gives the accumulated total of the 
amounts paid by each municipality and rural power district as part of 
the cost of power together with its proportionate share of other sinking 
funds. 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 139 

Northern Ontario Properties 

The statements and schedules respecting these properties which are 
operated by the Commission on behalf of the Province of Ontario include the 
balance sheet, operating and income accounts, schedules of fixed assets, 
renewals reserves, and obsolescence and contingencies reserves. These schedules 
are similar in form to the corresponding schedules relating to the co-operative 
systems. 

The Hamilton Street Railway Company 

This is a subsidiary of the Niagara system of the Commission. A balance 
sheet and income account are presented. 

Guelph Radial Railway 

This railway is operated by the Commission on behalf of the city of 
Guelph. A balance sheet and operating and income account are presented. 

Municipal Utilities 

All municipal " Hydro" utilities have current expenses to meet similar to 
the expenses of the Commission and have adopted the same financial procedure 
with respect to their operations. In other words, concurrently with the creation 
of funds to liquidate their debt to the Commission and to provide the necessary 
reserves to protect generating, transforming, and transmission systems, the 
municipalities are taking similar action with respect to their local " Hydro' ' 
utility systems. 

The balance sheets, operating reports and statistical data appearing in 
Section X, under the heading of " Municipal Accounts", relate to the operation 
of local distribution systems by individual municipalities which have con- 
tracted with the Commission for their supply of electrical energy. To this 
section there is an explanatory introduction to which the reader is specially 
referred. 

Auditing of Accounts 

The accounts of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario are 
verified by auditors specially appointed by the Provincial Government. The 
accounts of the "Hydro" utility of each individual municipality are prepared 
according to approved and standard practice and The Public Utilities Act 
requires that they shall be audited by the auditors of the municipal corporation. 



140 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 141 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTS 

For the Year Ended October 31, 1935 

Relating to Properties operated on a "Cost Basis" for the Co-operating 

Municipalities and Rural Power Districts which are supplied with 

Electrical Power and Services from the following Properties: 

Niagara System Bonnechere River Storage 

Georgian Bay System Nipissing Rural Power District 

Manitoulin Rural Power District 
Eastern Ontario System _ s . A . . 

Service and Administrative 

Thunder Bay System Buildings and Equipment 



STATEMENTS 



Balance Sheet as at October 31, 1935 

Operating and Income Accounts for the Year ended October 31, 1935 

Summarization of Cost Distributions for the Year ended October 31, 1935 

Schedules supporting the Balance Sheet as at October 31, 1935: — 
Fixed Assets — By Systems and Properties 
Capital Expenditures and Grants — Rural Power Districts 
Power Accounts Receivable 
Funded Debt Issued or Assumed 
Renewals Reserves 

Obsolescence and Contingencies Reserves 
Sinking Fund Reserves 
Account with the Provincial Treasurer of the Province of Ontario 

Detailed Statements for Municipalities and Rural Power Districts 



142 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 

BALANCE SHEET AS AT OCTOBER 31, 1935 

Niagara System Eastern Ontario System 

Georgian Bay System Thunder Bay System 

ASSETS 
INVESTMENTS: 

Fixed Assets in Service: 

Niagara System $212,754,797.42 

Georgian Bay System 9,133,282.35 

Eastern Ontario System 19,877,822.33 

Thunder Bay System 18,628,699.86 

Non-System Properties 170,365.75 

Service and administrative buildings and equipment 3,087,271 .24 

$263,652,238.95 

Fixed Assets under Construction 1,219,212.50 

Preliminary Expenditures: 

St. Lawrence River surveys— 1925 to 1928 $ 734,873.31 

Madawaska River power sites, surveys and plans — 1929 850,000.00 

Other surveys, engineering and undeveloped power sites 484,521.56 

2,069,394.87 

Miscellaneous Investments: 

Toronto, Pt. Credit, St. Catharines Radial Rlys.— secured $ 1,815,788.20 
The Hamilton Street Rly Co.— capital stock and advances... 3,262,363.43 

Investment securities 2,402,021.25 . 

Sale agreements and mortgages:, 1,693,665.90 

9,173,838.78 

$276,114,685.10 

CURRENT AND ACCRUED ASSETS: 

Cash in banks $ 1,370,219.52 

Special deposits for matured interest unpaid 64,087.71 

Sundry accounts receivable 270,411.66 

Power accounts receivable 3,926,636.89 

Interest receivable 590,385.82 

Rural district loans 77,054.12 

Consumers' and contractors' deposits: 

Special deposits $ 40,891.51 

Securities— at par value 470,900.00 

511,791.51 

6,810,587.23 

DEFERRED DEBITS: 

Rural Power Districts — rates suspense $ 280,455.02 

Maintenance materials and supplies 513,213.96 

Construction materials and supplies 713,817.81 

Construction and maintenance tools and equipment 614,803.79 

Office furniture and equipment 57,359.10 

Prepayments 93,623.04 

Work in progress — water heater campaign ' 629,190.97 

Work in progress — deferred work orders 91,002.86 

Unamortized debenture discount 64,688.01 

Miscellaneous deferred debits 68,764.06 

3,126,918.62 

SPECIAL FUNDS: 

Reserve Funds: 

Investments .'..$ 37,135,085.69 

*Amount receivable from current assets — per contra 322,728.64 

$ 37,457,814.33 

Employers' Liability Insurance Fund: 

Investments $ 877,846.07 

Deposit with the Workmen's Compensation Board 43,299.25 

*Amount receivable from current assets — per contra 2,973.61 

924,118.93 

Pension Fund: 

Investments $ 4,034,097.88 

* Amount receivable from current assets — per contra 149,941.57 

4,184,039.45 

Sinking Funds: 

Investments $ 3,641,625.37 

Deposits in the hands of trustees 129,835.27 

*Amount receivable from current assets — per contra : 1,042,613.98 

4,814,074.62 

47,380,047.33 

$333,432,238.28 



Approved by: — 

A. Murray McCrimmon - - - Controller. 

T. S. Lyon - Chairman of the Commission. 

A. W. Roebuck ----- Commissioner. 

T. B. McQuesten - - - - Commissioner. 



COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 143 

IN WHICH THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES ARE INCLUDED: 

Local Distribution Systems Bonnechere River Storage 

Rural Power Districts Service & Administrative Buildings & Equipment 

LIABILITIES, RESERVES AND EQUITIES 

GRANTS IN AID OF CONSTRUCTION: 

Province of Ontario— for Rural Power Districts $ 9,489,670.71 

LONG-TERM LIABILITIES: 

Funded Debt Issued or Assumed $ 84,371,546.37 

Less — Treasury securities — pledged for bank loan 1,200,000.00 

Funded debt in the hands of the public $ 83,171,546.37 

Less — Hydro-Radial debentures assumed by the Sandwich, 
Windsor &Amherstburg Rly Co., and the Province 
of Ontario 5,816,205.00 

$ 77,355,341.37 

Less — Debentures issued to finance properties operated for 

others: 

Northern Ontario Properties $ 17,626,950.00 

Guelph Radial Railway 300,000.00 

17,926,950.00 

$ 59 428 391 37 

Advances from the Province of Ontario $207,002,750.36 

Less — Advances for Northern Ontario Properties 8,198,853.76 

$198,803,896.60 

Less — Repayments from sinking funds 21,831,698.71 

— 176,972,197.89 

236,400,589.26 

CURRENT AND ACCRUED LIABILITIES: 

Bank of Montreal— demand loans $ 6,500,000.00 

Less — Amount for Northern Ontario Properties 4,500,000.00 

$ 2,000,000.00 

accounts payable $ 1,678,872.16 

Less — Amount for Northern Ontario Properties 112,027.29 

— 1,566,844.87 

Matured debenture interest unpaid 64,087.71 

Matured debentures unpaid „ 4,076.99 

Debenture interest accrued 823,889.94 

Miscellaneous accrued liabilities 813,643.74 

Power accounts receivable — credit balances 90,639.49 

Northern Ontario Properties 138,445.60 

Advances from the Province of Ontario for rural loans 80,853.63 

Liability for consumers' and contractors' deposits 528,675.94 

$ 6,111,157.91 
•Liability to special funds— per contras 1,518,257.80 

7,629,415.71 

DEFERRED CREDITS: 

Rural Power Districts — rates suspense $ 1,057,683.60 

Rural Power District grants in suspense 20,437.39 

Unamortized premium on debentures 298,927.20 

Miscellaneous deferred credits 26,861.41 

1,403,909.60 

RESERVES: 

Renewals reserves $ 31,134,535.94 

Obsolescence and contingencies reserves 6,323,278.39 

$ 37,457,814.33 

Employers' liability insurance reserve 924,118.93 

Pension fund reserve 4,184,039.45 

Fire insurance reserve 59,477.97 

Miscellaneous reserves 761,447.85 

43,386,898. 5'3 

EQUITIES OF MUNICIPALITIES AND RURAL POWER DISTRICTS: 

Municipalities' and Rural Power Districts' equities, being the accumulated con- 
tributions of consumers, including interest accretions, for annual sinking 
fund appropriations, represented by: 

Funded debt retired through sinking funds $ 8,475,981.14 

Provincial advances repaid through sinking funds 21,831,698.71 

Sinking funds 4,814,074.62 

35,121,754.47 

$333,432,238.28 
Auditors' Certificate 

We have examined the Books and Accounts of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of the Province of Ontario 
for the year ended the 31st October, 1935, and report that, in conjunction with our Annual Report to the Lieutenant- 
Governor in Council, in our opinion the above Balance Sheet is properly drawn up so as to exhibit a true and correct view 
of the state of the Commission's affairs at the 31st October, 1935, according to the best of our information and the explana- 
tions given to us and as shown by the books of the Commission. We have obtained all the information and explanations 
we have required. 

The Balance Sheet for the Northern Ontario Properties has not been consolidated in the above figures. 

Oscar Hudson and Co., 
Dated at Toronto Ontario, Chartered Accountants, 

30th March, 1936. Auditors. 



144 



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No. 26 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC 
Operating and Income Accounts 





Niagara 
System 


Georgian Bay 
System 


Eastern 
Ontario 
System 


Thunder Bay 
System 


Operating Revenues: as per cost statement.. 


$ C. 

23,364,592.30 


$ C. 

1,059,563.67 


$ C. 

2,938,706.76 


$ C. 

1,433,303.82 


Operating Expenses: 

Power purchased 


8,232,968.05 


39,281.63 


849,295.63 




Operation, maintenance and administration 
expenses 


4,378,261.93 


384,446.80 


719,353.15 


225,840.86 


Renewals provision for the year: 

Principal — as per cost statement 


1,633,187.66 

838,634.46 

11,812.83 


131,083.26 
63,496.35 


250,839.49 
139,525.50 


160,523.21 


Interest at 4% on reserves' balances.. ..„ 

Contributed — Chats Falls 


61,688.77 










Total provision 


2,483,634.95 


194,579.61 


390,364.99 


222,211.98 






Obsolescence and contingencies provision 
for the year: 
Principal — as per cost statement 


133,744.87 

262,337.40 

17,318.85 


44,390.15 
19,655.35 


86,456.30 
48,036.70 


1,190.36 


Interest at 4% on reserves' balances 


28,806.55 


Contributed — Chats Falls 












Total provision 


413,401.12 


64,045.50 


134,493.00 


29,996.91 






Total operating expenses 


15,508,266.05 


682,353.54 


2,093,506.77 


478,049.75 






Net Operating Income 


7,856,326.25 

62,547.85 

1,262,819.49 

125,808.15 

2,794.58 

94,083.86 

66,648.57 

169,464.01 

87,549.68 


377,210.13 

382.48 

95,498.29 

7,005.80 

47.40 


845,199.99 

5,184.51 

215,353.36 

8,448.49 

3,486.94 


955,254.07 


Non-Operating Income: 

Miscellaneous interest income 


1,683.05 


Income from reserve fund investments 


104,026.65 


Income from sinking fund investments 


8,267.53 


Interest during construction 


0.92 


Miscellaneous non-operating income 




Contributions from others ... 








Interest and dividends from subsidiaries . 








Inter-system interest adjustments 


8,882.48 


84,008.89 


18,376.67 






Total non-operating income.. 


1,871,716.19 


111,816.45 


316,482.19 


132,354.82 






Gross Income 


9,728,042.44 

2,585,551.45 
7,640,663.29 

71*2,793.08 
14,660.40 
U, 072. 80 
74,466.44 


489,026.58 

1,029.58 

395,995.24 

1*1,363.1+3 


1,161,682.18 

333.37 

967,893.92 

1*9,881.35 


1,087,608.89 


Deductions From Gross Income: 
Interest on long-term debt: 

Debentures in the hands of the public 




Ontario Government advances 


934,436.30 


Repayments of Government advances 

Amortization of debt discount and expense.... 
Amortization of premium on debt 


1+8,812.92 








Miscellaneous interest deductions 


2,196.99 


7,879.58 


3,187.98 






Total deductions from gross income 


9,531,475.70 


357,858.38 


926,225.52 


888,811.36 


Net Income 


196,566.74 

1,973,389.31 
1,102,008.64 


131,168.20 

88,746.21 
42,421.99 


235,456.66 

184,228.67 
51,227.99 


198,797.53 


Disposition Of Net Income: 
Sinking fund appropriation: 

Principal — as per cost statement 


148,735.40 


Interest at 4% on reserves' balances 


50,062.13 






Total appropriation 


3,075,397.95 


131,168.20 


235,456.66 


198,797.53 






Deficiency After Sinking Fund 

Appropriation 


2,878,831.21 









1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



145 



POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
for the Year Ended October 31, 1935 





General pur- 
poses and 
service and 
administra- 
tive buildings 
and 
equipment 


Radial Rail- 
ways, Toronto 

Port Credit 

St. Catharines 

Toronto 

and York 


Total for power 
undertakings 
operated on a 
"cost basis" 


The Hamilton 

Street 

Railway 

Company — a 

subsidiary of 

Niagara 

System 


Properties operated for others 


Combined total, 
covering all 


Non-System 
Properties 


Northern 

Ontario 

Properties 


Guelph 
Radial 
Railway 


properties vested 

in, or operated 

by, the 

Commission 


$ C. 

23,144.94 


$ C. 

452,818.77 


$ C. 


$ C. 

29,272,130.26 


$ C. 

920,402.53 


$ C. 

1,684,376.06 


$ C 

62,621.25 


$ C. 

31,939,530.14 








8,770.05 






9,130,315.36 




12,089.83 




9,142,405.19 


3,650.36 


361,141.40 




6,072,694.50 


774,100.74 


419,546.01 


67,246.14 


7,333,587.39 


2,233.66 


7,938.71 
14,745.41 




2,185,805.99 

1,118,374.15 

11,812.83 


8,672.13 


215,896.87 
24,607.45 


512.90 
1,299.91 


2,410,887.89 


283.66 




1,144,281.51 








11,812.83 
















2,517.32 


22,684.12 




3,315,992.97 


8,672.13 


240,504.32 


1,812.81 


3,566,982.23 








1,116.83 
115.83 






266,898.51 

358,951.83 

17,318.85 




27,199.50 
10,136.89 




294,098.01 










369,088.72 












17,318.85 
















1,232.66 






643,169.19 




37,336.39 




680,505.58 














16,170.39 


383,825.52 




19,162,172.02 


782,772.87 


709,476.55 


69,058.95 


20,723,480.39 








6,974.55 


68,993.25 

96,087.07 

20,642.72 

1,985.10 

14,443.90 




10,109,958.24 

165,963.88 

1,698,798.22 

151,561.41 

101,113.59 

94,083.86 
209,148.57 
137,629.66 

78,978.34 


137,629.66 


974,899.51 


6437.66 

308.14 

1,846.97 

465.51 


11,216,049.75 


78.92 




166,272.02 


457.71 






29,317.43 


1,729,962.62 


46.34 






152,026.92 


0.62 


80,339.23 




5,196.74 


106,310.33 








* 94,083.86 






142,500.00 








209,148.57 




31, 83 U. 35 
95,595.03 


137,629.66 








51+8 . 90 


23,695.1*5 


71,770.96 




7,207.38 










34.69 


5,729.41 


199,143.78 


2,637,277.53 


137,629.66 


37,256 . 79 


2,620.62 


2,465,011.70 


7,009.24 


74,722.66 


199,143.78 

142,5.00.00 
36,496.58 


12,747,235.77 

2,729,414.40 

10,061,107.26 

891+,8kk • 73 

14,660.40 

b 1,072. 80 

117,145.45 




937,642.72 

617,647.53 
369,888.41 


3,817.0k 
15,000.00 


13,681,061.45 






3,362,061.93 


4,220.43 


81,401.50 
11,720.3^ 




10,430,995.67 


273.61 






89U,8M>73 












14,660.40 












235.99 


1^1,308.79 


420.07 


8,847.19 


20,147.20 




2,896.52 


120,041.97 










4,366.89 


78,528.35 


199,143.78 


11,986,409.98 




990,432.46 


14,764.01 


12,991,606.45 








2,642.35 


3,805.69 

16,709.26 
12,020.27 




760,825.79 

2,414,170.58 
1,258,021.64 




52, 7 89. 7 U 
335,264.83 


18,581.05 

3,159.00 
465.51 


689,455.00 


2,361.73 






2,752,594.41 


280.62 






1,258,487.15 












2,642.35 


28,729.53 




3,672,192.22 




335,264.83 


3,624.51 


4,011,081.56 












32,535.22 




2,911,366.43 




388,054.57 


22,205.56 


3,321,626.56 



146 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 
Summarization of Cost Distributions 



Cost of power 
purchased 



Operation 
maintenance 

and 

administration 

expenses 



Net financial 

expenses and 

direct interest 

credits to 

reserves 



Renewals 
provision 



Niagara System: 

Municipalities 

Rural power districts 

Companies 

Local distribution systems 

Operation of power plants, transmission 

lines and transformer stations 

Rural operating 

Intra-system eliminations.. 

Operating account — power undertakings 

Rural lines operated by municipalities 



Georgian Bay System: 

Municipalities 

Rural power districts 

Companies and distributing systems 

Operation of power plants, transmission 

lines and transformer stations 

Rural operating 

Intra-system eliminations 

Operating account — power undertakings 

Rural lines operated by municipalities 



Eastern Ontario System: 

Municipalities 

Rural power districts 

Companies 

Local electric distribution systems 

Local gas distribution system 

Pulp mill 

Operation of power plants, transmission 

lines and transformer stations 

Rural operating 

Intra-system eliminations 

Operating account — power undertakings 

Thunder Bay System: 

Municipalities 

Rural power districts 

Companies 

Operation of power plants, transmission 

lines and transformer stations 

Rural operating 

Intra-system eliminations 

Operating account — power undertakings 

Non-System Properties: 

Bonnechere River storage — Round Lake dam.. 

Nipissing rural power district 

Manitoulin rural power district 



Sundry Operations: 

Service buildings and equipment. 

Administrative office building 

Terminal building, Hamilton 

Inter-departmental charges 



$ c. 

5,862,002.07 

256,889.06 

2,066,427.07 

47,649.85 



$ c. 

2.746,353.77 

168,528.72 

909,277.95 

79,978.66 



$ c. 

6,922,536.16 

356,219.72 

2,237,911.35 

74,087.66 



$ 
997,619, 
63,546, 

287,876, 
16,654, 



8,232,968, 
851,952, 
851,952. 



3,904,139.10 
474,122.83 



9,590,754.89 
300,271.00 



1,365,697.93 
267,088.56 



8,232,968.05 
8,232,968.05 



4,378,261.93 



9,891,025.89 
845.80 



1,632,786.49 
401.17 



4,378,261.93 



9,891,871.69 



1,633,187.66 



29,561, 
6,413. 
3,306, 



266,021.73 
35,141.81 
30,012.51 



263,358.44 
38,077.55 
31,305.06 



76,980.82 

11,683.83 

9,526.12 



39,281, 
104,670. 
10^,670. 



39,281 



331,176.05 
53,270.75 



332,741.05 
38,720.58 



98,190.77 
32,836.34 



384,446.80 



371,461.63 
153.99 



131,027.11 
56.15 



39,281.63 



384,446.80 



371,615.62 



131,083.26 



618,439.85 

46,179.44 

172,063.19 

2,272.08 



10,341.07 



339,162.28 
36,033.48 

168,693.39 

8,066.77 

16,440.78 

34,433.93 



447,118.98 

51,630.84 

252,600.66 

6,179.24 

1,190.01 

12,405.35 



106,998.59 
13,820.73 
57,600.42 

2,028.54 



2,799.98 



849,295.63 
175,110.10 
175,110.10 



602,830.63 
116,522.52 



771,125.08 
77,408.44 



183,248.26 
67,591.23 



849,295.63 



719,353.15 



848,533.52 



250,839.49 



162,638.10 

1,187.83 

58,525.62 



646,078.46 

2,362.64 

245,683.71 



116,616.04 

458.99 

41,067.46 



4,168.52 
U,168.52 



222,351.55 
3,489.31 



894,124.81 
2,889.18 



158,142.49 
2,380.72 



225,840.86 



897,013.99 



160,523.21 



5,020.05 
3,750.00 



107.78 
2,170.46 
1,372.12 



2,330.18 
1,098.62 
1,583.51 



944.76 
1,288.90 



8,770.05 



3,650.36 



5,012.31 



2,233.66 



399,492.93 

114,390.30 

26,831.93 

179,573.76 



19,795.22 
47,935.05 
31,834.35 



3,639.54 
4,299.17 



361,141.40 



99,564.62 



7,938.71 



9,130,315.36 



6,072,694.50 



12,113,611.75 



2,185,805.99- 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



147 



COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

for the Year Ended October 31, 1935 



Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 

provision 


Sinking fund 
appropriation 


Total amount 
authorized to 

be charged 
for power 

(Section 56) 


Amounts 
received from 

(or billed 

against) 
consumers by 
the Commission 


Amounts remaining to be 

credited or charged to 

municipalities and rural 

power districts 

Credited | Charged 


Total 
operating 
revenues 


Deficiency 
(or surplus) 

after sinking 
fund 

appropriation 


$ C. 


$ C. 

1,369,167.18 

72,637.62 

449,193.93 

10,791.06 


$ C. 

17,897,678.91 
917,821.71 

5,950,686 96 
229,162.18 


$ C. 

16,297,159.27 
851,952.21 

4,647,981 44 
221,994.49 


$ C. 

151,720.66 


$ c. 
249,151.80 


$ C. 

16,394,590.41 
851,952.21 

4,647,981.44 
221,994.49 


$ C. 

1,503,088.50 




65,869.50 








1,302,705.52 








7,167.69 




1,901,789.79 

71,238.47 


24,995,349.76 
2,098,217.35 

851,952.21 


22,019,087.41 
2,123,547.16 

851,952.21 


151,720.66 
89,605.14 


249,151.80 
64,275.33 


22,116,518.55 

2,098,217.35 

851,952.21 


2,878,831.21 


133,544.28 






133,544.28 
200.59 


1,973,028.26 
361.05 


26,241,614.90 
1,808.61 


23,290,682.36 
1,808.61 


241,325.80 


313,427.13 


23,362,783.69 
1,808.61 


2,878,831.21 


133,744.87 


1,973,389.31 


26,243,423.51 


23,292,490.97 


241,325.80 


313,427.13 


23,364,592.30 


2,878,831.21 


21,678.36 
3,205.44 


63,112.81 
9,076.10 
7,380.45 


720,713.52 

103,598.03 

84,591.22 


824,099.65 

104,670.13 

75,456.84 


96,940.48 


1,616.63 


728,775.80 

104,670.13 

75,456.84 


8,062.28 
1,072.10 


3,060.11 






9,134.38 


27,943.91 


79,569.36 
9,126.31 


908,902.77 
255,042.28 
10^,670.18 


1,004,226.62 
255,141.45 
10^,670.13 


96,940.48 
14,531.28 


1,616.63 
14,432.11 


908,902.77 

255,042.28 
10^,670.13 




16,418.17 








44,362.08 


88,695.67 
50.54 


1,059,274.92 

288.75 


1,154,697.94 

288.75 


111,471.76 


16,048.74 


1,059,274.92 

288.75 




28.07 




44,390.15 


88,746.21 


1,059,563.67 


1,154,986.69 


111,471.76 


16,048.74 


1,059,563.67 




33,363.53 
4,019.75 


100,216.47 
11,691.01 
51,146.99 

844.76 


1,645,299.70 

163,375.25 

716,440.17 

19,660.11 

17,630.79 

62,885.14 


1,998,698.84 

175,110.10 

617,971.36 

24,727.23 

15,705.42 

34,409.52 


241,382.83 


51.52 


1,757,367.53 

175,110.10 

617,971.36 

24,727.23 

15,705.42 

34,409.52 


112,067.83 
11, 73 U. 85 


14,335.52 






98,468.81 


268.72 






5,067.12 








1,925.37 


695.49 


2,209.32 






28,475.62 


52,683.01 


166,108.55 
18,120.12 


2,625,291.16 

488,525.70 
175,110.10 


2,866,622.47 
491,418.30 
175,110.10 

3,182,930.67 


241,382.83 
18,935.31 


51.52 
16,042.71 


2,625,291.16 

488,525.70 
175,110.10 




33,773.29 








86,456.30 


184,228.67 


2,938,706.76 


260,318.14 


16,094.23 


2,938,706.76 






100,004.40 

380.84 

47,723.44 


1,025,337.00 

4,390.30 

393,000.23 


960,605.24 

4,168.52 

461,855.87 

1,426,629.63 
13,612.96 

k,168.52 


3,980.97 


78.87 


956,703.14 
4,168.52 

461,855.87 


68,633.86 

221.78 










68, 855. 6 k. 




148,108.68 
626.72 


1,422,727.53 

14,744.81 

k,168.52 


3,980.97 
663.09 


78.87 
1,794.94 


1,422,727.53 

14,744.81 

kyl68.52 




1,190.36 








1,190.36 


148,735.40 


1,433,303.82 


1,436,074.07 


4,644.06 


1,873.81 


1,433,303.82 






1,738.94 
252.63 
370.16 


4,176.90 
9,958.90 
9,009.14 


4,176.90 
10,706.79 

8,382.18 
23,265.87 






4,176.90 
9,958.90 
9,009.14 




472.38 


747.89 






644.45 


626.96 




1,116.83 


2,361.73 


23,144.94 


747.89 


626.96 


23,144.94 






5,593.03 
11,116.23 


428,520.72 

177,740.75 

58,666.28 

179,573.76 


428,365.34 

165,022.87 

26,131.06 

166,700.50 






428,365.34 

165,022.87 

26,131.06 

166,700.50 


155.38 








12,717.88 








32,535.22 

12,873.26 












16,709.26 


485,353.99 


452,818.77 






452,818.77 


32,535.22 


266,898.51 


2,414,170. 5S 


32,183,496.69 


29,542,567.04 


618,507.65 


348,070.87 


29,272,130.26 


2,911,366.43 



148 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. r 26 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

Fixed Assets— October 31, 1935 

NIAGARA SYSTEM 





Net capital 
expendi- 
tures 
for the year 


Fixed Assets 

under 
Construction 


Fixed Assets in Service 




Water rights 
and intan- 
gible items 


Physical property 






Non- 
depreciable 


Depreciable 


Total 


Power Plants 
Niagara River: 
Queenst'n-Chippawa 
Ontario Power Co 


$ c. 

22,8^6.53 
71*8.68 
556.97 

34,165.45 
803,671.86 

*368,681.70 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
48,051,352.56 


$ c. 

28,805,016.59 

14,750,902.08 

7,697,945.93 

5,170,448.29 
60,576.22 

3,347,591.05 


$ c. 
76,856,369.15 




7,281,270.44 
3,683,475.94 


22,032,172.52 


Toronto Power Co 




140,035.66 

262,783.19 
645,249.04 

165,785.00 
501,611.42 


11,521,457.53 
5,433,231.48 


Ottawa River: 
Chats Falls H-E.P.C. 

50^ c share 




H-E.P.C. lands, etc. 


895,909.82 




705,825.26 


Welland Canal: 
DeCew Falls 


* 8,178,518.87 


11,691,894.92 


Hamilton steam plant 




501,611.42 
















1,182,366.83 


895,909.82 


19,143,265.25 


49,766,816.87 


59,832,480.16 


128,742,562.28 


Transformer Stations 
Southern Ontario 


41,752.34 
34,630.77 


10,934.40 
81,407.34 






26,495,091.12 
8,817,742.22 


26,495,091.12 


Eastern-Chats Falls.... 






8,817,742.22 












76,383.11 


92,341.74 






35,312,833.34 


35,312,833.34 










Transmission Lines 
Southern Ontario : 
Right-of-way 


11,704.86 
133,015.34 

63,153.85 
21,931.11 






6,892,467.31 




6,892,467.31 


Lines 


33,635.53 




18,551,570.09 


18,551,570.09 


Eastern-Chats Falls: 
Right-of-way 




1,633,345.10 


1,633,345.10 


Lines 


25,262.97 




7,476,355.22 


7,476,355.22 












185,942.94 


58,898.50 




8,525,812.41 


26,027,925.31 


34,553,737.72 








Local Systems 
Niagara Peninsula 
and Dundas areas .... 


4,973.07 








243,778.98 


243,778.98 












Sub-total 


1,449,665.95 

265,931.84 
268,660.83 


1,047,150.06 

15,209.74 
15,152.72 


19,143,265.25 


58,292,629.28 


121,417,017.79 

6,888,546.24 
6,805,812.58 


198,852,912.32 


Rural Power Districts 
H-E.P.C. investment 


6,888,546.24 


Government grants 






6,805,812.58 












534,592.67 


30,362.46 






13,694,358.82 


13,694,358.82 










Rural Lines 
Welland and Milton.... 


0.90 
1*0.00 








20,058.42 
187,467.86 


20,058.42 


Lincoln Electric 
St. Catharines System 








187,467.86 














1,984,219.52 


1,077,512.52 


19,143,265.25 


58,292,629.28 


135,318,902.89 


212,754,797.42 



Includes a book adjustment of $350,000.00 on account of loss on sale of Highway King Coach Lines. 



Cost of Power schedules 

Rural Operating schedules. 
Rural Lines schedule 



Cost 
statements 



$ c. 

198,807,662.41 

6,933,796.15 

20,058.42 



Transfers for 
cost purposes 



$ c. 
45,249.91 
1*5,21*9.91 



Fixed Assets 
(as above) 



198,852,912.32 

6,888,546.24 

20,058.42 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



149 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

Fixed Assets— October 31, 1935 

GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 





Net capital 
expendi- 
tures for 
the year 


Fixed Assets 

under 
Construc- 
tion 


Fixed Assets in Service 




Water 
rights and 
intangible 

items 


Physica 

Non- 
depreciable 


property 
Depreciable 


Total 


Power Plants 
Musquash River: 
Bala No. 1 & 2 Plants 


$ c. 
156.55 


$ c. 


$ c. 

39,929.64 

15,202.32 
123,590.48 


$ c. 
1,810.00 


$ c. 

50,440.70 

132,033.25 

548,685.62 

1,065,374.49 

29,882.55 

115,759.03 

74,447.30 

436,999.40 

305,516.82 

207,624.55 

29,540.16 


$ c. 
92,180.34 


Severn River: 
Wasdells 




147,235.57 


Big Chute 


ek-ko 

4,008.77 

3b.70 

57745 
221.93 

U3541 
118.88 


41.29 
841.14 




672,276.10 


Beaver River: 
Eugenia 


139,891.41 
16,000.00 


1,205,265.90 


Saugeen River: 
Hanover & Maple Hill .... 
Walkerton 




45,882.55 




97,721.83 
69,739.07 

17,365.93 


213,480.86 


Southampton 






144,186.37 


Muskoka River: 
South Falls 






454,365.33 


Trethewey Falls 




51,475.13 
36,120.82 
16,555.34 


356,991 95 


Hanna Chute 






243,745.37 


Hollow Lake dam 








46,095.50 














2,712.55 


882.43 


363,549.27 


261,852.70 


2,996,303.87 


3,621,705.84 


Transformer Stations 


671.83 

20,116.11 

2,671.01 


610.13 
1,174.75 






1,156,128.48 

2,563,829.50 

83,749.81 


1,156,128.48 


Transmission Lines 






2,563,829.50 


Local Systems 






83,749.81 












Sub-total 


11^,060.72 

64,984.75 
58,944.11 


2,667.31 

4,264.87 
4,264.86 


363,549.27 


261,852.70 


6,800,011.66 

894,384.47 
810,676.82 


7,425,413.63 


Rural Power Districts 
H-E.P.C. investment . 


894,384.47 


Government grants 






810,676.82 












123,928.86 


8,529.73 






1,705,061.29 


1,705,061.29 










Rural Lines 

Brechin & Flesherton 










2,807.43 


2,807.43 
















109,868.14 


11,197.04 


363,549.27 


261,852.70 


8,507,880.38 


9,133,282.35 



Cost of Power schedules... 
Rural Operating schedules 
Rural Lines schedule 



Cost 
statements 



$ c. 

7,563,079.05 

905,383.14 

2,807.43 



Transfers for 
cost purposes 



$ c. 
10,998.67 
10,998.67 



Preliminary 
Expenditures 



$ c. 
148,664.09 



Fixed Assets 
(as above) 



$ c. 

7,425,413.63 

894,384.47 

2,807.43 



150 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
Fixed Assets— October 31, 1935 
EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 





Net 
capital 
expendi- 
tures for 
the year 


Fixed 
Assets 
under 
Construc- 
tion 


Fixed Assets in Service 




Water 
rights and 
intangible 

items 


Physical property 






Non- 
depre- 
ciable 


Depreciable 


Total 


Power Plants 
Fenelon River: 
Fenelon Falls 


$ c. 

50.00 

2,79^.10 

1.34 

263.00 

250.41 

8,697.51 

3,967.76 

10.25 

560.56 

20.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 

60,000.00 
31,400.00 

2,315,727.98 


$ c. 


$ c. 

84,974.33 
286,875.92 

1,186,844.43 
299,745.74 

1,339,156.92 
573,744.30 
836,863.47 
252,083.13 
251,840.78 
46,504.47 

685,488.80 
49,847.10 


$ c. 
144,974.33 


Otonabee River: 
Auburn 






318,275.92 


Trent River: 
Heely Falls 


....1 




1,186,844.43 


Seymour 




299,745.74 


Ranney Falls 






1,339,156.92 
573,744.30 


Hagues Reach 






Meyersburg 






836,863.47 


Frankf ord 






252,083.13 


Sydney 


62.11 




251,840.78 


Misc. equipment 




46,504.47 


Mississippi River: 
HighFalls 




11,988.84 
9,054.06 


697,477.64 


Carleton Place 






58,901.16 


Intangibles 




7.00J 


2,315,727.98 


Galetta 


29,859.04 
38,083.78 


20,000.00 

79,991.00 
2,555.00 


76,657.18 

660,152.02 

12,855.82 


96,657.18 


Madawaska River: 
Calabogie 






740,143.02 


Storage dams 






15,410.82 














23,191^.55 


69.11 


2,407,127.98 


123,588.90 


6,643,634.41 


9,174,351.29 


Transformer Stations 


40,509.46 

123,070.94 

2,463.16 


15,443.23 
92,480.66 






2,646,511.39 

4,122,708.63 

202,952.27 


2,646,511.39 


Transmission Lines 




164,335.43 


4,287,044.06 


Local and Rural Systems .... 




202,952.27 












Miscellaneous 
Campbellford Pulp Mill... 










52,559.93 

26,487.86 


52,559.93 


Cobourg Gas Works 


21,73 








26,487.86 














21.73 








79,047.79 


79,047.79 












Sub-total 


142,870.74 

102,041.92 
101,630.78 


107,993.00 

10,872.93 
10,872.93 


2,407,127.98 


287,924.33 


13,694,854.49 

1,761,417.10 

1,726,498.43 


16,389,906.80 


Rural Power Districts 
H-E.P.C. investment 


1,761,417.10 


Government grants 






1,726,498.43 












203,672.70 


21,745.86 






3,487,915.53 


3,487,915.53 












346,543.44 


129,738.86 


2,407,127.98 


287,924.33 


17,182,770.02 


19,877,822.33 



Cost of Power schedules 

Rural Operating schedules 



Cost 
statements 



17,308,764.09 
1,787,362.92 



Transfers for 
cost purposes 



25,945.82 
25,91*5.82 



Miscellaneous 
Investments 



$ c. 

6,375.00 



Preliminary 
Expenditures 



$ c. 

938,428.11 



Fixed Assets 
(as above) 



$ c. 

16,389,906.80 

1,761,417.10 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



151 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
Fixed Assets— October 31, 1935 
THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 





Net 
capital 
expendi- 
tures for 
the year 


Fixed 

Assets 
under 
Construc- 
tion 


Fixed Assets in Service 




Water 
rights and 
intangible 

items 


Physical property 






Non- 
depre- 
ciable 


Depreciable 


Total 


Power Plants 
Nipigon River: 
Cameron Falls 


$ c. 

9,166.81 
3,5U.58 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

236,600.51 
76,898.44 
55,450.41 


$ c. 

8,786,984.89 

5,374,585.63 

426,736.74 


$ c. 
9,023,585.40 


Alexander 


547.50 




5,451,484.07 


Virgin Falls dam 




482,187.15 


Deficit 1921-23 






620,818.33 


620,818.33 
















12,711.39 


547.50 


620,818.33 


368,949.36 


14,588,307.26 


15,578,074.95 


Transformer Stations 


1,096.36 
79.08 


203.21 






1,012,368.12 
1,704,310.54 


1,012,368.12 


Transmission Lines 




213,193.71 


1,917,504.25 










Sub-total 


11,535.95 

1,807.35 
1,807.35 


750.71 


620,818.33 


582,143.07 


17,304,985.92 

60,376.27 
60,376.27 


18,507,947.32 


Rural Power Districts 
H-E.P.C. investment 


60,376.27 


Government grants 








60,376.27 














-3,614.70 








120,752.54 


120,752.54 














7,921.25 


750.71 


620,818.33 


582,143.07 


17,425,738.46 


18,628,699.86 





Cost 
statements 


Preliminary 
Expenditures 


Fixed Assets 
(as above) 


Cost of Power schedules 


$ c. 

18,608,755.15 

60,376.27 


$ c. 
100,807.83 


$ c. 
18,507,947.32 


Rural Operating schedules 


60,376.27 



SERVICE 


& ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDINGS & EQUIPMENT 






Net 
capital 
expendi- 
tures for 
the year 


Fixed 
Assets 
under 
Construc- 
tion 


Fixed Assets in Service 




Water 
rights and 
intangible 

items 


Physical property 






Non- 
depreciable 


Depreciable 


Total 


Administrative Buildings 
Toronto : 
University Avenue 


$ c. 
840,923.87 






$ c. 

195,837.00 
160,821.95 


$ c. 
1,448,871.80 


$ c. 
1,644,708.80 


Elm & Centre Streets... 






160,821.95 














840,923.87 






356,658.95 


1,448,871.80 


1,805,530.75 










Service Buildings and 
Equipment 
Toronto 


3,731.99 








510,111.41 

21,629.08 

308,560.12 


510,111.41 


Cobourg 








21,629.08 


Hamilton 








441,439.88 


750,000.00 














3,731.99 






441,439.88 


840,300.61 


1,281,740.49 












837,191.88 






798,098.83 


2,289,172.41 


3,087,271.24 











152 



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No. 26 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

Fixed Assets — October 31, 1935 

NON-SYSTEM PROPERTIES 





Net 
capital 
expendi- 
tures for 
the year 


Fixed 

Assets 
under 
Construc- 
tion 


Fixed Assets in Service 




Water 
rights and 
intangible 

items 


Physical property 






Non- 
depre- 
ciable 


Depreciable 


Total 


Bonnechere River Storage 
Round Lake dam 


$ c. 

ko.oo 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
23,185.58 


$ c. 
23,185.58 


Deficit 1917-31 




28,556.30 




28,556.30 
















ko.oo 




28,556.30 




23,185.58 


51,741.88 










Nipissing Rural Power 
District 
H-E.P.C. investment 


4,554.19 
4,554.20 


6.69 
6.68 






27,298.71 
26,554.98 


27,298.71 


Government grants 






26,554.98 










9,108.39 


13.37 






53,853.69 


53,853.69 










Manitoulin Rural Power 
District 
Transformer station 










5,098.11 
30,217.63 


5,098.11 


Transmission lines 


157.12 








30,217.63 














157.12 
6.11 








35,315.74 
29,454.44 


35,315.74 


Government grants 








29,454.44 














163.23 








64,770.18 


64,770.18 














8,905.16 


13.37 


28,556.30 




141,809.45 


170,365.75 









SUMMARY 



Net capital 
expenditures 
for the year 



Fixed Assets 

under 
Construction 



Fixed Assets in Service 



Water 
rights and 
intangible 

items 



Physical property 



Non- 
depreciable 



Depreciable 



Total 



Niagara System! 1,984,219.52 
Thunder Bay 

System 7,921.25 

Georgian Bay 

System 109,868.14 

Eastern Ont- 
ario System.. 346,543.44 
Non-System 

Properties... 8,905.16 
Service and ad- 
ministrative 
buildings and 
equipment 837,191.88 



$ c. 

1,077,512.52 

750.71 

11,197.04 

129,738.86 

13.37 



3,278,806.89 



1,219,212.50 



$ c. 

19,143,265.25 

620,818.33 

363,549.27 

2,407,127.98 

28,556.30 



22,563,317.13 



58,292,629.28 
582,143.07 
261,852.70 
287,924.33 



798,098.83 



60,222,648.21 



$ c. 

135,318,902.89 

17,425,738.46 

8,507,880.38 

17,182,770.02 

141,809.45 

2,289,172.41 



180,866,273.61 



$ c. 

212,754,797.42 

18,628,699.86 

9,133,282.35 

19,877,822.33 

170,365.75 

3,087,271.24 



263,652,238.95 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



153 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

CAPITAL EXPENDITURES AND GRANTS— RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 
Summary at October 31, 1935. 

Statement showing the extents to which Grants stand Authorized by Orders-in- 

Council under the Rural Hydro-Electric Distribution Act, and the amounts of 

such Grants Paid over by the Province to the Commission under such 

authorization up to October 31, 1935; also the total Capital Expenditures 

on the construction of Primary and Secondary Lines in Rural Power 

Districts and the amounts of the Grants (fifty per cent of both . 

Primary and Secondary Lines) claimed from the Province 

of Ontario up to October 31, 1935. 



System 



Niagara System 

Georgian Bay System 

Eastern Ontario System, including 

Ottawa and Madawaska Districts 

Thunder Bay System 

Non-System Properties : 

Nipissing ' 

Manitoulin 



Totals 

Additional sum authorized by above 
Orders-in-Council and paid over to 
the Commission but not allocated 
as between rural power districts.... 



Grants 
authorized by 
Orders-in- 
Council 



$ c. 

7,886,846.94 

952,517.49 

2,025,804.65 
74,007.00 

29,687.50 
32,289.00 



11,001,152.58 



11,001,152.58 



Amounts paid 
by Province 
under such 
authoriza- 
tions 



$ c. 

6,819,990.39 

814,810.71 

1,737,053.68 
60,376.27 

26,561.66 
29,454.44 



9,488,247.15 



21,860.95 



9,510,108.10 



Total capital 
expenditures 

on Rural 
Power 

Districts 



$ c. 

13,724,721.28 

1,713,591.02 

3,509,661.39 

120,752.54 

53,867.06 
59,672.07 



19,182,265.36 



19,182,265.36 



*Grants 
claimed from 
the Province 

(50% of 
primary and 
secondary 
lines) 



$ c. 

6,820,965.30 

814,941.68 

1,737,371.36 
60,376.27 

26,561.66 
29,454.44 



9,489,670.71 



9,489,670.71 



*Grants not made by Province in respect of a summer resort, street lighting systems in 66 
districts, service buildings in 2 districts and amounts paid for business already established 
(hereinafter called Intangible Assets) in 9 rural distribution systems purchased from private 
companies. 



Note- 



The amount of cash paid over by the Province to the Com- 
mission up to October 31, 1935, on account of authorized 
grants to rural power districts — as above set out — 
amounts to $9,510,108.10 

The Grants claimed from the Province — as above set out — 
in respect of rural power districts as at October 31, 1935, 
amount in the aggregate to 9,489,670.71 

A balance of 

Which balance represents: 

(a) Grant funds in the hands of the Commission at 
October 31, 1935, not allocated but to apply against 
the construction of authorized rural power districts 

and extension to existing districts $ 21,860.95 

Less: 

(b) Grants (or balance thereof) payable by the Province 
to the Commission in respect of certain rural power 

districts completed, or under construction 1,423.56 



$20,437.39 



$20,437.39 



154 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 



Power Accounts Receivable 





Wholesale power consumers 


System or 
Property 


Interim 
power bills 


Accumulated amount 

standing as a charge or credit 

on October 31, 1935 


Net total for 
wholesale 




Charge 


Credit 


consumers 


Niagara System: 

Municipalities 


$ c. 

1,672,442.64 
1,165,062.51 


$ c. 
283,505.82 


$ c. 
155,422.47 


$ c. 
1,800,525.99 


Companies 


1,165,062.51 


Local and rural 








Lincoln Electric 






















2,837,505.15 


283,505.82 


155,422.47 


2,965,588.50 


Georgian Bay System: 
Municipalities 


104,243.92 
3,744.93 


1,537.58 


104,729.93 


1,051*. 57 


Companies 


3,744.93 


Local and rural 




















107,988.85 


1,537.58 


104,729.93 


4,796.50 


Eastern Ontario System: 
Municipalities 


225,248.20 
60,698.34 


50.69 


246,095.11 


20,796.22 


Companies 


60,698.34 


Rural 








Local 






















285,946.54 


50.69 


246,095.11 


39,902.12 


Thunder Bay System: 

Municipalities 


83,737.20 
39,247.53 


446.00 


2,916.20 


81,267.00 


Companies 


39,247.53 


Rural 




















122,984.73 


446.00 


2,916.20 


120,514.53 


Non-System Properties: 
Nipissing rural 










Manitoulin rural 








































Grand total 


3,354,425.27 


285,540.09 


509,163.71 


3,130,801.65 







1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



155 



COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 



October 31, 1935 



Retail power 

consumers — 

Local and 

rural 
districts 



Net total of 

power accounts 

receivable 



Balance sheet figures 



Debit 
balances 



Credit 
balances 



Debit balances 

three months or 

more overdue 



$ c. 


$ c. 

1,800,525.99 

1,165,062.51 

470,943.65 

7,346.14 


$ c. 

1,815,405.80 

1,165,106.80 

470,943.65 

7,346.14 


$ c. 

14,879.81 
44.29 


$ c. 
153.88 




*731,046.34 


470,943.65 


57,038.90 


7,346.14 




421.56 








478,289.79 


3,443,878.29 


3,458,802.39 


14,924.10 


788,660.68 




1,051.57 

. 3,744.93 

71,957.08 


27,632.13 

3,744.93 

71,957.08 


26,580.56 


1,630.50 






71,957.08 




7,218.25 








71,957.08 


76,753.58 


103,334.14 


26,580.56 


8,848.75 




20,796.22 

60,698.34 

135,594.10 

10,316.83 


28,281.29 

60,698.34 

135,594.10 

10,316.83 


49,077.51 








135,594.10 




12,860.61 


■10,316.83 




631.30 








145,910.93 


185,813.05 


234,890.56 


49,077.51 


13,491.91 




81,267.00 

39,247.53 

3,816.75 


81,324.32 

39,247.53 

3,816.75 


57.32 








3,816.75 




1,367.85 








3,816.75 


124,331.28 


124,388.60 


57.32 


1,367.85 


1,939.03 


1,939.03 
3,282.17 


1,939.03 
3,282.17 




98.06 


3,282.17 












5,221.20 


5,221.20 


5,221.20 




98.06 








705,195.75 


3,835,997.40 


3,926,636.89 


90,639.49 


812,467.25 



*Items included in the amount of $731,046.34 — Niagara System, Companies, overdue accounts 
— presently under settlement negotiations: 

Department of Railways and Canals, Ottawa $468,027.21 

Maple Leaf Milling Company Limited 190,336.07 

Canadian Aggregates Limited 72,068.27 



$730,431.55 



156 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 
Funded Debt Issued or 



Description 



Application of proceeds 



Niagara 


S 


ystem: 




5% 


H.E.P.C. 


debentures 


4^% 


<« 


" 


o% 




<< 


n t 






<< 


«« 






<« 


«< 



Toronto Power Co. issue. 



6% " " Ontario Power Co. issue 

3^% " " 

b ( c Ontario Power Co. bonds 

5^ Ontario Transmission Co. bonds 

4°^ H.E.P.C. debentures Ontario Power Co. issue 

4% " " Essex County Lt. & Pr. issue... 

4% " " James Battle issue 

4M% " " 



Municipal debentures assumed. 



Georgian Bay System: 

Gravenhurst debentures assumed. 
Brock Twp. 



Dom. Power & Ttans. Co. 

Toronto Power Co. 

Toronto Power Co. 

Toronto Power Co. 

T. & Y. R.R. Equipment 

Ontario Power Co. 

Refunding D. P. & T. Co., etc. 

Ontario Power Co. 

Ontario Trans Co. 

Ontario Power Co. 

Essex System 

Thorold System 

Dom. Power & Trans. Co. 

Rural Lines 



Muskoka Power 
Rural Lines 



Eastern Ontario System: 

Municipal debentures assumed. 



Radial Railways: 

6% H.E. Railway bonds... 

Funded debt as shown 



Rural Lines 



T. & Y. Radial 



on the balance sheet of The 



Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario . 

Northern Ontario Properties: 

3^/4/5% H-E.P.C. debentures 

Guelph Radial Railway: 

;c7i 



Ontario Power Serv. Corp. 
Extensions and Betterments 



Funded debt relating to all properties vested in, or 



operated by the Commission. 



Hydro-Radial Debentures Assumed by S. W. & A. Rly. 
Co. and the Province of Ontario: 
H.E. Rly. bonds 



5'; 

5\ 
5\ 

5% 

6% 



Essex County Rly. 



Total funded debt in the hands of the public. 



Treasury Securities Pledged with Bank of Montreal: 
5% H.E. Rly. bonds 

Total funded debt issued or assumed 



Pt. C. & St. C. Radial 



Guaranteed by the Province of Ontario. 
Unguaranteed 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



157 



COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
Assumed — October 31, 1935 



Date of issue 


Date of maturity 


Principal 

outstanding 

October 31, 1935 


Interest for the 
year 1934-35 


Interest accrued 
October 31, 1935 


January 1, 1930 


January 1, 1935 
February 1, 1938 
June 15, 1939 
December 1, 1940 
December 1, 1940 
June 24, 1941 
January 1, 1943 
February 1, 1943 
May 1, 1945 
August 1, 1957 
June 1, 1958 
December 1, 1958 
January 1, 1970 

Various 

Various 
Various 

Various 
December 1, 1940 


$ c. 
8,000,000.00 


$ c. 

66,302.00 

405,277.40 

200,000.00 

24,792.00 

12,348.00 

192,001.37 

290,707.76 

381,463.02 

62,232.38 

320,000.00 

8,000.00 

4,000.00 

616,938.33 


$ c. 






February 1, 1933 
June 16, 1924 
December 1, 1920 
December 1, 1920 
June 24, 1921 
January 1, 1935 
February 1, 1903 
May 1, 1905 


9,000,000.00 

4,000,000.00 

413,200.00 

205,800.00 

3,200,000.00 

10,000,000.00 

7,680,000.00 

1,221,000.00 

8,000,000.00 

200,000.00 

100,000.00 

13,000,000.00 


101,250.00 

75,000.00 

10,330.00 

5,145.00 

67,857.53 

116,666.66 
96,000.00 


August 1, 1917 
June 1, 1918 
December 1, 1918 
January 1, 1930 


80,000.00 

3,333.34 

1,666.67 

205,833.33 


Various 


57,020,000.00 
16,744.73 


2,584,062.26 
1,489.19 


763,082.53 
763.21 




57,036,744.73 


2,585,551.45 


763,845.74 


Various 
Various 


10,597.19 
762.62 


978.98 
50.60 


421.80 
2.30 




11,359.81 


1,029.58 


424.10 


Various 
December 1, 1920 


5,286.83 
2,375,000.00 


333.37 
142,500.00 


245.10 
59,375.00 




59,428,391.37 

17,626,950.00 

300,000.00 


2,729,414.40 

617,647.53 

15,000.00 


823,889.94 


October 1, 1932 
May 1, 1931 


October 1, 1952 
November 1, 1970 


51,411.94 








77,355,341.37 

966,205.00 
750,000.00 
100,000.00 
1,000,000.00 
2,100,000.00 
900,000.00 


3,362,061.93 


875,301.88 


September 1, 1923 


September 1, 1943 
July 1, 1945 
September 1, 1945 
July 15, 1946 
April 1, 1960 
July 1, 1961 




July 1, 1925 






September 1, 1925 






July 15, 1926 






April 1, 1920 






July 1, 1921 














5,816,205.00 














83,171,546.37 
1,200,000.00 


3,362,061.93 


875,301.88 


November 1, 1919 


November 1, 1969 










84,371,546.37 


3,362,061.93 


875,301.88 










84,338,155.00 
33,391.37 


3,359,209.79 
2,852.14 


873,869.47 






1,432.41 










84,371,546.37 


3,362,061.93 


875,301.88 



158 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 
Renewals Reserves — 





Niagara 
System 


Georgian Bay 
System 


Balances at November 1, 1934 


$ c. 

20,971,390.61 

3,407.11 


$ c. 
1,593,426.02 


Adjustments — prior years 


6,017.16 






Renewals provisions for the year: 

Principal — as per cost statement 


20,967,983.50 

1,633,187.66 

838,634.46 

11,812.83 


1,587,408.86 
131,083.26 


Interest at 4% on reserves' balances 


63,496.35 


Contributed — Chats Falls 








Total provision . 


2,483,634.95 


194,579.61 






Adjustments re transfers of equipment 


1,305.32 


1,099.58 






Sub-total 


23,452,925.77 
173,960.64 


1,783,088.05 


Expenditures for the year 


19,423.74 






Balances at October 31, 1935 


23,278,963.13 


1,763,664.31 






Account balances: 

Power plants, transmission lines and transformer 
stations 


20,934,188.70 

2,340,151.19 

4,623.24 


1,561,238.67 


Rural power districts 


201,751.74 


Rural lines 


673.90 


Nipissing rural power district 




Manitoulin rural power district 






Administrative office building 






Service buildings and equipment 














23,278,963.13 


1,763,664.31 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



159 



COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
October 31, 1935 



Eastern Ontario 
System 


Thunder Bay 
System 


Non-System 
Properties 


Service and 
administrative 
buildings and 

equipment 


Total for power 

undertakings 

operated on a 

"cost basis" 


$ c. 

3,490,857.20 

2,719.72 


$ c. 
1,542,219.32 


$ c. 
8,199.83 
1,108.28 


$ c. 
450,428.50 


$ c. 

28,056,521.48 

13,252.27 










3,488,137.48 

250,839.49 
139,525.50 


1,542,219.32 

160,523.21 
61,688.77 


7,091.55 

2,233.66 
283.66 


450,428.50 

7,938.71 
14,745.41 


28,043,269.21 

2,185,805.99 

1,118,374.15 

11,812.83 












390,364.99 


222,211.98 


2,517.32 


22,684.12 


3,315,992.97 


22.85 








2,427.75 












3,878,525.32 

28,048.08 


1,764,431.30 
599.81 


9,608.87 
28.14 


473,112.62 
5,093.58 


31,361,689.93 
227,153.99 


3,850,477.24 


1,763,831.49 


9,580.73 


468,019.04 


31,134,535.94 


3,431,375.76 


1,753,219.31 
10,612.18 






27,680,022.44 


419,101.48 






2,971,616.59 








5,297.14 






5,928.94 
3,651.79 




5,928.94 








3,651.79 






130,775.70 
337,243.34 


130,775.70 








337,243.34 










3,850,477.24 


1,763,831.49 


9,580.73 


468,019.04 


31,134,535.94 



160 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 
Obsolescence and Contingencies 





Niagara 
System 


Georgian Bay 
System 


Balances at November 1, 1934 


$ c. 
6,570,115.56 

16,88^.1^8 


$ c. 
497,067.46 


Adjustments — prior years 


683.70 






Obsolescence and contingencies provisions for the year: 
Principal — as per cost statement 


6,587,000.04 

133,744.87 

262,337.40 

17,318.85 


496,383.76 
44,390.15 


Interest at 4% on reserves' balances 


19,655.35 


Contributed — Chats Falls 








Total provision 


413,401.12 


64,045.50 






Profits from sale of securities 


3,329.81 


252.74 






Sub-total 


7,003,730.97 

284,293.75 
27,500.00 

2,878,831.21 
32,535.22 


560,682.00 


Contingencies met with during the year 


61,808.78 


Amounts transferred to fire insurance reserve... 


5,000.00 


Deficiency after sinking fund appropriation: 

Power properties 




Terminal building, Hamilton 








Total charges 


3,223,160.18 


66,808.78 






Balances at October 31, 1935 


3,780,570.79 


493,873.22 






Account balances: 

Power plants, transmission lines, transformer 
stations and rural power districts 


3,778,184.19 
2,386.60 


493,575.46 


Rural lines "..... 


297.76 


Nipissing rural power district 




Manitoulin rural power district 














3,780,570.79 


493,873.22 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



161 



COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
Reserves — October 31, 1935 



Eastern Ontario 
System 


Thunder Bay 
System 


Non-System 
Properties 


Total for power 

undertakings 

operated on a 

"cost basis" 


$ c. 
1,211,725.38 

807.82 


$ c. 
727,663.84 


$ c. 

2,908.66 

12.87 


$ c. 

9,009,480.90 

15,380.09 








1,210,917.56 

86,456.30 
48,036.70 


. 727,663.84 

1,190.36 

28,806.55 


2,895.79 

1,116.83 
115.83 


9,024,860.99 

266,898.51 

358,951.83 

17,318.85 










134,493.00 


29,996.91 


1,232.66 


643,169.19 


568.56 


274.43 




4,425.54 








1,345,979.12 

37,738.99 
10,000.00 


757,935.18 

3,905.69 
7,500.00 


4,128.45 
63.69 


9,672,455.72 

387,810.90 
50,000.00 






2,878,831.21 








32,535.22 










47,738.99 


11,405.69 


63.69 


3,349,177.33 


1,298,240.13 


746,529.49 


4,064.76 


6,323,278.39 


1,298,240.13 


746,529.49 




6,316,529.27 






2,684.36 






2,271.09 
1,793.67 


2,271.09 






1,793.67 








1,298,240.13 


746,529.49 


4,064.76 


6,323,278.39 



6— H.E. 



162 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 
Sinking Fund Reserves 





Niagara 
System 


Georgian Bay 
System 


Balances at November 1, 1934 

Adjustments — prior years 


$ c. 

27,551,041.34 

52.50 


$ c. 

1,063,405.39 

2,855.45 






Sinking fund appropriations for the year: 

Principal — as per cost statement 


27,550,988.84 

1,973,389.31 
1,102,008.64 


1,060,549.94 

88,746.21 


Interest at 4% on reserves' balances 


42,421.99 






Total appropriation.... 


3,075,397.95 


131,168.20 






Balances at October 31, 1935 


30,626,386.79 


1,191,718.14 






Account balances: 

Systems 


30,015,677.66 

598,255.67 

12,453.46 


1,135,159.84 


Rural power districts 


55,539.72 


Rural lines 


1,018.58 


Bonnechere River storage system 




Nipissing rural power district 






Manitoulin rural power district 




Administrative office buildings 






Service buildings and equipment 












30,626,386.79 


1,191,718.14 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



163 



COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
—October 31, 1935 



Eastern Ontario 
System 


Thunder Bay 

System 


Non-System 
Properties 


Service and 
administrative 
buildings and 

equipment 


Total for power 

undertakings 

operated on a 

"cost basis" 


$ c. 

1,281,767.77 

2,820.03 


$ c. 
1,251,553\24 


$ c. 
7,022.93 

7.57 


$ c. 
300,507.13 


$ c. 

31,455,297.80 

5,735.55 










1,278,947.74 

184,228.67 
51,227.99 . 


1,251,553.24 

148,735.40 
50,062.13 


7,015.36 

2,361.73 

280.62 


300,507.13 

16,709.26 

12,020.27 


31,449,562.25 

2,414,170.58 
1,258,021.64 


235,456.66 


198,797.53 


2,642.35 


28,729.53 


3,672,192.22 


1,514,404.40 


1,450,350.77 


9,657.71 


329,236.66 


35,121,754.47 


1,404,829.75 


1,448,526.20 

1,824.57 






34,004,193.45 


109,574.65 






765,194.61 








13,472.04 






7,373.03 
1,225.19 
1,059.49 




7,373.03 








1,225.19 








1,059.49 






187,626.19 
141,610.47 


187,626.19 








141,610.47 










1,514,404.40 


1,450,350.77 


9,657.71 


329,236.66 


35,121,754.47 



164 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

Account with 
The Provincial Treasurer of the Province of Ontario 
For the Year Ended October 31, 1935 



ADVANCES FROM THE PROVINCE OF 


ONTARIO 






Total 


Northern 
Ontario 

Properties 
operated for 
the Province 

of Ontario 


Niagara and 
other systems 
operated on a 

"cost basis" 


Advances for Capital Expenditures 

Cash advances made by the Province to the 
Commission for capital expenditure pur- 
poses during the years 1909 to 1934 inclusive 
Cash returned by the Commission to the Pro- 
vince on April 30, 1935, to cover the differ- 
ence between advances made by the 
Province to the Commission during the year 
ended October 31, 1934 and the capital ex- 
penditures made out of such advances by 
the Commission in that year 


$ c. 
207,250,258.34 

247,507.98 


$ c. 

8,272,477 ..97 

73,624.21 


$ c. 
198,977,780.37 

173,883.77 






Total advances for capital expenditures... 


207,002,750.36 


8,198,853.76 


198,803,896.60 


Repayments of Advances 

Cash repayments made by the Commission to 
the Province during the years 1926 to 1934 
inclusive, under debt retirement plan 


19,421,015.06 
2,410,683.65 




19,421,015.06 


Cash repayment made by the Commission to 
the Province on October 31, 1935 




2,410,683.65 








Total cash repayments of advances 


21,831,698.71 




21,831,698.71 








Balance owing to the Province of Ontario 
at October 31, 1935 


185,171,051.65 


8,198,853.76 


176,972,197.89 







INTEREST, COMMISSION AND EXCHANGE CHARGES ON THE ABOVE ADVANCES 



Interest for the year ended October 31, 1935 on 

advanceg for capital expenditures 

Less — Interest for the year ended October 31, 
1935 on repayments of advances 



Sundry charges in the year ended October 31, 
1935 for interest, commission and exchange — 
net 



Payment by the Commission to the Province on 
March 31, 1935 on account of interest and 
other debt charges 

Payment by the Commission to the Province on 
October 31, 1935, being balance of interest and 
other debt charges for the year ended October 
31, 1935 



10,430,995.67 
894,844.73 



9,536,150.94 



7,872.13 



9,544,023.07 



4,026,760.87 



5,517,262.20 



9,544,023.07 



369,888.41 



369,888.41 



10,061,107.26 

894,844.73 



9,166,262.53 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 165 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

DETAILED STATEMENTS 

FOR MUNICIPALITIES AND RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 
For the Year ended October 31, 1935 



Cost of Power Charges to Municipalities and Rural Power Districts 

Rural Operating.. ..Charges to Rural Power Districts 

Credit or Charge... .Accumulated Balances of Municipalities and Rural Power 

Districts on account of Annual Cost Adjustments 

Sinking Fund Equities of Municipalities and Rural Power Districts 



166 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

by the Commission; the amount appropriated from the contingency 

cost; the amount received by the Commission from each 

charged to each Municipality in respect of power 



Municipality 



Interim 
rates per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commis- 
sion 
during year 
To Oct. 
31, 1935 



Share of 
capital cost 
of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correction 
for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Acton 

Agincourt 

Ailsa Craig 

Alvinston 

Amherstburg... 

An caster twp... 

Arkona 

Aylmer 

Ayr 

Baden 

Beachville 

Belle River 

Blenheim 

Blyth 

Bolton 

Bothwell 

Brampton 

Brantford 

Brantford twp 
Bridgeport 

Brigden 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville 

Caledonia 

Campbell ville.. 

Cayuga 

Chatham 

Chippawa 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Comber 

Cottam 

Courtright 

Dashwood 

Delaware 

Dorchester 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Drumbo 



$ c. 
33.00 
40.00 
51.00 
90.00 
38.00 

32.00 
75.00 
36.00 
35.00 
33.00 

33.00 
40.00 
39.00 
56.00 
44.00 

47.00 
31.50 
27.00 
32.00 
36.00 

65.00 
54.00 
35.00 
55.00 
32.00 

60.00 
48.00 
31.00 
25.00 
60.00 

39.00 
50.00 
44.00 
75.00 
53.00 

38.00 
42.00 
60.00 
45.00 
43.00 



301,887.72 
49,122.87 
34,816.38 
50,020.50 

189,737.58 

64,517.96 
29,888.39 
136,680.75 
47,153.07 
73,064.92 

103,444.39 
40,250.35 

107,599.81 
40,517.32 
40,454.19 

34,022.18 

521,496.36 

3,112,829.34 

136,960.40 

33,700.10 

32,905.42 
46,477.04 
40,730.27 
13,439.36 
67,927.31 

12,904.32 
43,463.70 
1,115,677.08 
48,335.08 
28,931.84 

142,066.70 
48,759.67 
21,262.55 
20,805.70 
22,245.12 

10,947.83 
28,542.09 
43,098.01 
94,370.57 
19,393.05 



1,089.6 

144.3 

86.6 

79.8 

615.7 

245.7 
49.8 
472.2 
171.3 
266.0 

379.2 
127.3 
344.9 
92.0 
114.9 

99.6 

2,110.8 

13,381.3 

566.8 

112.1 

62.2 
111.1 

138.5 
30.5 

258.3 

26.9 
101.1 

4,316.2 

238.8 

59.2 

450.1 

126.2 

58.7 

35.6 

54.9 

40.3 
86.3 
89.9 
272.0 
59.3 



$ c. 
10,623.52 

1,406.91 
844.34 
778.04 

6,003.03 

2,395.56 
485.55 
4,603.92 
1,670.16 
2,593.48 

3,697.17 
1,241.17 
3,362.75 
896.99 
1,120.27 

971.09 

20,580.15 

130,466.72 

5,526.26 

1,092.97 

606.45 
1,083.22 
1,350.37 

297.37 
2,518.41 

262.27 

985.72 

42,082.64 

2,328.28 

577.20 

4,388.44 

1,230.44 

572.32 

347.10 

535.27 

392.92 

841.42 

876.52 

2,651.98 

578.17 



$ c. 
5,739.84 
1,022.47 
1,060.79 
1,659.32 
5,271.47 

1,991.79 
1,002.18 
3,357.52 
1,087.76 
1,942.26 

2,454.03 
1,260.94 
3,235.70 
1,244.95 
1,178.87 

1,466.58 
14,280.80 
57,174.21 

4,717.88 
815.66 

1,047.79 

1,396.75 

997.84 

508.29 

1,560.35 

475.31 

1,160.62 

26,631.12 

1,381.28 

750.91 

3,751.07 

1,250.64 

658.56 

702 . 52 

572.43 

621.67 

871.98 
1,225.22 
2,988.38 

521.07 



$ c. 
14,361.92 
2,304.28 
1,585.79 
2,254.97 
8,924.80 

3,077.66 
1,363.18 
6,445.61 
2,231.05 
3,427.69 

4,863.20 
1,893.68 
5,029.78 
1,870.47 
1,863.01 

1,559.52 

24,887.69 

149,013.94 

6,584.45 

1,599.20 

1,490.27 
2,145.21 
1,917.40 
612.13 
3,223.66 

594.88 

2,003.21 

52,918.34 

2,346.82 

1,329.00 

6,645.98 

2,240.28 

995.10 

945.04 

1,019.25 



514.39 
1,326.59 
1,973.17 
4,383.09 



905.24 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



167 



SYSTEM 



N.—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it 
reserve of the system and proportionately applied in reduction of such 
Municipality; and the amount remaining to be credited or 
supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1935 



costs and fixed charges 



Renewals 



Sinking 
fund 



Total 

cost of 

power 

for year 



Amount 
appropriat- 
ed from 
contingency 
reserve 
and pro- 
portionate- 
ly applied 
in reduc- 
tion of such 
cost 



Amounts 

charged 

to each 

municipality 

in respect 

of power 

supplied 

to it in 

the year 



Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 



Amounts' remaining 
to be credited 

or charged to each 
municipality 



Credited 



Charged 



2,514.74 
439.82 
360.19 
597.79 

1,656.02 

515.91 
353.14 

1,172.28 
390.28 
602.57 

846.22 

357.89 

959. 

435.49 

391.37 



321.31 

3,901.60 

23,253.21 

1,003.43 

297.32 

374.70 
489.11 
355.66 
144.87 
544.26 

143.62 
463.53 
8,543.65 
298.99 
323.02 

1,286.70 
492.08 
205.52 
244.04 
231.16 

87.42 
264.21 
477.90 
899.35 
181.41 



$ c. 

2,902.78 
480.67 
343.93 
506.47 

1,841.69 

616.96 
302.10 
1,319.51 
453.09 
702.31 

991.69 
391.66 
1,045.44 
403.62 
396.85 

332.96 

4,956.21 

29,551.10 

1,297.07 

326.42 

330.73 
461.60 
394.50 
133.68 
649.93 

129.07 
430.23 
10,652.06 
448.41 
289.76 

1,382.26 
481.52 
209.03 
210.05 
220.01 

103.75 
276.23 
431.15 
924.65 
189.36 



$ c 

36,142.80 

5,654.15 

4,195.04 

5,796.59 

23,697.01 

8,597.88 
3,506.15 
16,898.84 
5,832.34 
9,268.31 

12,852.31 
5,145.34 

13,633.08 
4,851.52 
4,950.37 

4,651.46 

68,606.45 

389,459.18 

19,129.09 

4,131.57 

3,849.94 
5,575.89 
5,015.77 
1,696.34 
8,496.61 

1,605.15 
5,043.31 
140,827.81 
6,803.78 
3,269.89 

17,454.45 
5,694.96 
2,640.53 

2,448.75 
2,578.12 

1,720.15 
3,580.43 
4,983.96 
11,847.45 
2,375.25 



$ c 
2,724.00 
360.75 
216.50 
199.50 
1,539.25 

614.25 

124.50 

1,180.50 

428.25 
665.00 

948.00 
318.25 
862.25 
230.00 

287.25 

249.00 

5,277.00 

33,453.25 

1,417.00 

280.25 

155.50 

277.75 

346.25 

76.25 

645.75 

67.25 

252.75 

10,790.50 

597.00 

148.00 

1,125.25 

315.50 

146.75 

89.00 

137.25 

100.75 
215.75 
224.75 
680.00 
148.25 



$ c. 

33,418.80 
5,293.40 
3,978.54 
5,597.09 

22,157.76 

7,983.63 
3,381.65 
15,718.34 
5,404.09 
8,603.31 

11,904.31 
4,827.09 

12,770.83 
4,621.52 
4,663.12 

4,402.46 

63,329.45 

356,005.93 

17,712.09 

3,851.32 

3,694.44 
5,298.14 
4,669.52 
1,620.09 

7,850.86 

1,537.90 
4,790.56 
130,037.31 
6,206.78 
3,121.89 

16,329.20 
5,379.46 
2,493.78 
2,359.75 

2,440.87 

1,619.40 

3,364.68 

4,759.21 

11,167.45 

2,227.00 



$ c. 

35,957.04 
5,771.64 
4,414.34 
7,179.00 

23,397.51 

7,862.61 

3,736.84 

16,998.60 

5,994. 

8,777.16 

12,513.04 
5,093.28 

13,449.12 
5,151.03 
5,056.30 

4,681.95 

66,488.84 

352,275.83 

18,136.49 

4,036.89 

4,041.33 
5,997.15 
4,846.28 
1,676.07 
8,264.75 

1,614.50 
4,854.40 
133,802.42 
5,970.16 
3,552.50 

17,042.65 
6,309.14 
2,582.05 
2,669.35 
2,910.97 

1,532.34 
3,623.69 
5,392.50 
12,238.46 
2,551.30 



$ c. 

2,538.24 

478.24 

435.80 

1,581.91 

1,239.75 



355.19 

1,280.26 

590.79 

173.85 

608.73 
266.19 
678.29 
529.51 
393.18 

279.49 
3,159.39 



424.40 

185.57 

346.89 
699.01 
176.76 
55.98 
413.89 

76.60 

63.84 

3,765.11 



430.61 

713.45 
929.68 
88.27 
309.60 
470.10 



259.01 

633.29 

1,071.01 

324.30 



121.02 



3,730.10 



236.62 



87.06 



168 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

by the Commission; the amount appropriated from the contingency 

cost; the amount received by the Commission from each 

charged to each Municipality in respect of power 



Municipality 



Interim 

rates per 
horsepower 
collected by 

Commis- 
sion 
during year 
I To Oct. 

31, 1935 



Share of 
capital cost 
of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correction 
for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Dublin 

Dundas 

Dunnville 

Dutton 

East Windsor. 



Elmira 

Elora 

Embro 

Erieau 

Erie Beach. 



Essex 

Etobicoke twp. 

Exeter 

Fergus 

Fonthill 



Forest 

Gait 

Georgetown. 

Glencoe 

Goderich 



Granton 

Guelph 

Hagersville. 
Hamilton... 
Harriston... 



Harrow 

Hensall 

Hespeler 

Highgate 

Humberstone. 



Ingersoll... 

Jarvis 

Kingsville. 
Kitchener.. 
Lambeth... 



LaSalle 

Leamington 

Listowel 

London 

London Railway 
Commission 



$ c. 
59.00 
27.00 
32.00 
38.00 
32.00 

36.00 
36.00 
48.00 
56.00 
70.00 

36.00 
28.00 
39.00 
36.00 
36.00 

48.00 
27.00 
37.00 
58.00 
43.00 

53.00 
28.00 
33.00 
24.50 
44.00 

39.00 
52.00 
29.00 
47.00 
29.00 

29.00 
40.00 
38.00 
27.00 
42.00 

35.00 
37.00 
37.00 
26.00 



16,571 
336,323 
221,943 

60,003 
754,083 



187,756.54 

83,853.35 

32,228.65 

29,096.72 

6,424.89 

111,356.94 
908,019.28 
124,876.93 

262,782.22 
29,175.85 

120,775.15 

1,369,036.59 

316,121.31 

73,254.16 

352,787.49 

23,915.00 

1,978,173.66 

160,098.72 

19,556,689.32 

102,292.84 



106,515 
62,408 

434,601 
24,694 

84,548 



519,922.06 

53,936.73 

138,943.94 

3,887,510.90 

32,671.51 

56,651.81 

373,095.19 

259,040.13 

7,103,901.86 

284,237.881 



33.6 

1,457.9 

814.3 

205.4 

2,721.0 

633.0 

276.3 

92.5 

67.3 

13.0 

362.1 
3,755.5 
386.1 
893.3 
119.8 



319 
5,712 
1,032 

160, 

988, 



61.7 

8,349.6 

527.9 

89,883.8 

290.9 

329.2 

146.3 

1,804.6 

65.5 

341.8 

2,036.3 

143.7 

423.8 

16,314.8 

102.5 

187.8 

1,146.8 

870.3 

30,613.0 



$ c. 

327.60 

14,214.42 

7,939.37 

2,002.64 

26,529.55 

6,171.70 

2,693.91 

901.87 

656.17 

126.75 

3,530.45 
36,615.86 
3,764.45 
8,709.61 
1,168.04 

3,114.13 

55,700.36 

10,066.80 

1,563.89 

9,639.75 

601.5 

81,408.00 

5,146.99 

876,360.64 

2,836.25 

3,209.68 

1,426.41 

17,594.72 

638.62 

3,332.53 

19,853.78 

1,401.06 

4,132.02 

159,068.13 

999.37 

1,831.04 

11,181.22 

8,485.36 

298,474.55 



953.91 9,300.46 



$ c. 

593.35 

6,075.06 

3,622.13 

2,013.38 

16,478.14 

3,811.15 

1,938.63 

1,194.82 

833.32 

252.76 

2,518. 9C 
19,174. 
3,156.98 
5,522.17 
1,263.91 

3,581.16 

28,738.84 

6,512.95 

2,320.90 

10,524.04 

1,177.04 

40,538.66 

2,987.09 

327,574.18 

2,823.40 

2,645.91 
1,328.62 
9,324.48 

827.75 
1,642.82 

11,376.47 
1,194.50 
3,508.33 

75,216.35 
1,289.10 

1,584.86 

9,187.37 

6,996.14 

141,612.92 

9,308.05 



$ c. 

754.02 

16,046.65 

10,544.38 

2,807.89 

35,683.66 

8,763.46 
3,898.87 
1,493.01 
1,346.22 
294.85 

5,242.01 
43,648.29 

5,827.90 
12,402.06 

1,406.21 

5,609.21 
65,187.10 
14,832.45 

3,364.08 
16,344.03 

1,102.23 

94,690.11 

7,427.16 

951,098.68 

4,751.51 

5,013.48 

2,878.66 

20,887.80 

1,130.29 

4,059.89 

24,683.26 

2,505.17 

6,502.44 

186,073.86 

1,529.20 

2,675.96 

17,558.91 

12,201.65 

340,930.95 

13,197.30 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



169 



SYSTEM 



N.—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it 
reserve of the system and proportionately applied in reduction of such 
Municipality; and the amount remaining to be credited or 
supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1935 



costs and fixed charges 



Renewals 



Sinking 
fund 



Total 

cost of 

power 

for year 



Amount 
appropriat- 
ed from 
contingency 
reserve 
and pro- 
portionate- 
ly applied 
in reduc- 
tion of such 
cost 



Amounts 

charged 

to each 

municipality 

in respect 

of power 

supplied 

to it in 

the year 



Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 



Amounts remaining 
to be credited 

or charged to each 
municipality 



Credited 



Charged 



$ c. 

185.55 
2,364.55 
1,872.07 

513.27 
6,051.97 

1,640.82 

747.13 

311.30 

308.73 

71.70 

970.73 
6,543.69 
1,154.84 
2,274.32 

223.67 

1,201.14 
9,952.53 
2,834.13 
794.39 
3,437.19 

244.01 

14,240.44 

1,431.87 

128,498.73 

989.12 

961.44 
663.94 
3,176.05 
244.43 
649.35 

4,021.51 

545.11 

1,265.02 

28,014.87 
299.04 

487.00 

3,379.85 

2,252.11 

49,643.02 

2,489.67 



$ c. 

166.01 
3,171.77 
2,131.67 

576.31 
7,249.96 

1,816.51 

812.91 

315.53 

289.30 

64.35 

1,080.87 
8,584.74 
1,216.72 
2,529.09 
277.00 

1,190.77 

12,967.75 

3,067.39 

730.63 

3,465.08 

236.18 

18,713.00 

1,552.62 

183,212.88 

1,003.93 

1,038.06 
619.93 

4,118.89 
242.22 
803.62 

4,958.45 

531.69 

1,355.53 

36,796.86 

317.72 

549.03 

3,637.66 

2,507.15 

67,041.89 

2,750.86 



$ c. 

2,026.53 
41,872.45 
26,109.62 

7,913.49 
91,993.28 

22,203.64 

10,091.45 

4,216.53 

3,433.74 

810.41 

13,342.96 

114,567.46 

15,120.89 

31,437.25 

4,338.83 

14,696.41 

172,546.58 

37,313.72 

8,773.89 

43,410.09 

3,361.03 

249,590.21 

18,545.73 

2,466,745.11 

12,404.21 

12,868.57 
6,917.56 

55,101.94 
3,083.31 

10,488.21 

64,893.47 

6,177.53 

16,763.34 

485,170.07 

4,434.43 

7,127.89 

44,945.01 

32,442.41 

897,703.33 

37,046.34 



$ c. 

84.00 

3,644.75 

2,035.75 

513.50 
6,802.50 

1,582.50 

690.75 

231.25 

168.25 

• 32.50 

905.25 
9,388.75 

965.25 
2,233.25 

299.50 

798.50 

14,282.25 

2,581.25 

401.00 
2,471.75 

154.25 

20,874.00 

1,319.75 

224,709.50 

727.25 

823.00 
365.75 
4,511.50 
163.75 
854.50 

5,090.75 
359.25 

1,059.50 

40,787.00 

256.25 

469.50 

2,867.00 

2,175.75 

76,532.50 

2,384.75 



1,942.53 
38,227.70 
24,073.87 

7,399.99 

85,190.78 

20,621.14 

9,400.70 

3,985.28 

3,265.49 

777.91 

12,437.71 

105,178.71 

14,155.64 

29,204.00 

4,039.33 

13,897.91 

158,264.33 

34,732.47 

8,372.89 

40,938.34 

3,206.78 

228,716.21 

17,225.98 

2,242,035.61 

11,676.96 

12,045.57 
6,551.81 

50,590.44 
2,919.56 
9,633.71 

59,802.72 

5,818.28 

15,703.84 

444,383.07 

4,178.18 

6,658.39 

42,078.01 

30,266.66 

821,170.83 

34,661.59 



$ c. 

1,982.34 
39,362.34 
26,056.53 

7,804.54 
87,071.97 

22,789.20 

9,945.00 

4,439.20 

3,765.96 

911.69 

13,034.52 

105,153.72 

15,059.17 

32,157.90 

4,312.50 

15,329.20 

154,247.56 

38,202.54 

9,304.61 

41,275.23 

3,268.46 

233,789.55 

17,422.02 

2,202,153.40 

12,799.01 

12,837.48 
7,605.83 

52,333.98 
3,076.89 
9,911.67 



59,052.56 

5,745.96 

16,105.62 

440,498.26 

4,305.00 



6,572.36 

42,432.62 

32,201.54 

795,937.95 

29,821.96 



$ c. 

39.81 

1,134.64 

1,982.66 

404.55 
1,881.19 



2,168.06 
544.30 
453.92 
500.47 
133.78 

596.81 



903.53 

2,953.90 

273.17 

1,431.29 



3,470.07 
931.72 
336.89 

61.68 

5,073.34 

196.04 



1,122.05 

791.91 

1,054.02 

1,743.54 

157.33 

277.96 



401.78 



126.82 



354.61 
1,934.88 



24.99 



4,016.77 



39,882.21 



750.16 
72.32 



3,884.81 



86.03 



25,232.88 
4,839.63 



170 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 



Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

by the Commission; the amount appropriated from the contingency 

cost; the amount received by the Commission from each 

charged to each Municipality in respect of power 





Interim 
rates per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commis- 
sion 
during year 
To Oct. 
31, 1935 


Share of 
capital cost 
of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 


Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 

in year 

after 

correction 

for power 

factor 


Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 


Share of operating 


Municipality 


Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 


Interest 



London twp 

Long Branch 

Lucan 

Lynden 

Markham 

Merlin 

Merritton 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mimico 

Mitchell 

Moorefield 

Mount Brydges 

Newbury 

New Hamburg.. 

New Toronto 

Niagara Falls 

Niagara-on-the- 

Lake 

Norwich 

Oil Springs 

Otterville 

Palmerston 

Paris 

Parkhill 

Petrolia 

Plattsville 

Point Edward... 
Port Colborne ... 

Port Credit 

Port Dalhousie. 

Port Dover 

Port Rowan 

Port Stanley 

Preston 

Princeton 

Queenston 

Richmond Hill.. 

Ridgetown 

Riverside 

Rockwood 



$ c. 
34.00 
30.00 
38.00 
40.00 
43.00 

48.00 
23.00 
35.00 
36.00 
26.00 

33.00 
65.00 
42.00 
54.00 
35.00 

30.00 
19.00 

27.00 
35.00 
44.00 

46.00 
40.00 
28.00 
62.00 
40.00 

55.00 
40.00 
29.00 
34.00 
30.00 

40.00 
62.00 
40.00 
27.00 
50.00 

29.00 
35.00 
38.00 
34.00 
42.00 



$ c. 

101,860.76 

170,958.91 

38,145.35 

26,175.17 

72,525.85 

28,607.36 
676,350.90 
168,893.79 

74,199.92 

472,607.08 

120,360.64 
20,231.69 
27,511.18 
17,681.98 

121,577.99 

1,427,351.83 
1,586,729.14 

103,142.81 
89,970.39 
63,055.91 

29,902.66 
125,093.58 
276,931.98 

66,663.91 
277,196.71 

26,218.35 
284,081.80 
317,736.16 
149,297.31 
133,897.19 

94.361.86 

28,202.43 

121,648.26 

562,035.54 

38,004.03 

21,713.52 

88,772.21 
123,773.98 
289,035.06 

31,953.76 



378.8 
680.4 
131.5 
87.3 
242.5 

76.8 

3,466.5 

587.5 

243.2 

2,086.6 

432.2 
40.2 
92.0 
43.2 

411.7 

5,690'. 6 

8,737.3 

504.0 
307.7 

174.7 

81.6 

394.4 

1,143.7 

126.3 

842.7 

62.7 

1,010.3 

1,284.5 

554.9 

561.1 

296.3 

61.5 

385.0 

2,383.4 

102.4 

100.1 
314.2 
400.7 
957.3 
92.6 



3,693.27 
6,633.85 
1,282.12 
851.17 
2,364.36 

748.79 

33,798.13 

5,728.08 

2,371.18 

20,344.20 

4,213.92 
391.95 
896.99 
421.20 

4,014.05 

55,482.94 
85,188.04 

4,913.96 
3,000.05 
1,703.31 

795.59 

3,845.37 

11,151.00 

1,231.42 

8,216.26 

611.32 

9,850.35 

12,523.78 

5,410.24 

5,470.68 

2,888.90 
599.62 

3,753.72 

23,238.00 

998.39 

975.97 
3,063.43 
3,906.80 
9,333.61 

902.84 



$ c. 
2,947.67 
3,291.71 
1,317.85 

554.65 
1,941.96 

749.70 

13,749.94 

5,369.78 

1,846.86 

9,868.28 

3,815.18 
824.08 

1,173.50 
647.55 

3,441.67 

27,104.39 
28,196.35 

2,808.39 
2,409.44 
1,770.26 

773.25 
3,621.90 
6,473.44 
1,537.77 
7,673.22 



709. 
9,713. 

5,978. 
4,585. 
3,768. 



2,122.52 
713.66 

2,849.52 

12,466.77 

942.75 

628.19 
2,477.76 
3,679.60 
5,545.70 

643.56 



$ c. 
4,874.80 
8,261.18 
1,774.99 
1,211.59 
3,423.79 

1,314.69 
33,368.54 

7,804.77 

3,413.28 

22,782.56 

5,642.30 
922.37 

1,283.56 
817.38 

5,689.37 

68,133.67 
77,958.05 

5,022.61 
4,204.25 
2,908.52 

1,388.19 
5,846.28 

13,165.05 
3,035.24 

12,883.50 



1,204 

13,533 

15,197 

7,100 

6,443 



69 

88 
55 

87 
84 



4,433.42 
1,295.56 
5,686.87 
26,675.38 
1,771.86 

1,049.89 
4,225.09 
5,795.03 
13,623.78 
1,483.35 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



171 



SYSTEM 



N.—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it 
reserve of the system and proportionately applied in reduction of such 
Municipality; and the amount remaining to be credited or 
supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1935 



costs and fixed charges 



Renewals 



Sinking 
fund 



Total 

cost of 

power 

for year 



Amount 
appropriat- 
ed from 
contingency 
reserve 
and pro- 
portionate- 
ly applied 
in reduc- 
tion of such 
cost 



Amounts 

charged 

to each 

municipality 

in respect 

of power 

supplied 

to it in 

the year 



Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 



Amounts remaining 
to be credited 

or charged to each 
municipality 



Credited 



Charged 



$ c. 
823.65 
1,288.64 
327.70 
232.13 
588.16 

283.48 
3,896.27 
1,442.78 

656.52 
3,176.74 

985.19 
228.09 
237.03 
183.25 
1,061.29 

10,740.06 
8,213.87 

647.99 
777.30 
611.93 

296.79 
1,136.85 
2,037.35 

763.61 
2,543.41 

277.51 
2,330.19 
2,440.32 
1,206.93 

996.97 

867.18 

308.22 

1,107.46 

4,015.34 

381.00 

147.13 

684.81 
1,095.83 
2,490.40 

308.18 



$ c 
976.55 
1,627.71 
368.33 
253.49 
701.81 

281.82 
6,243.06 
1,629.96 

719.69 
4,447.56 

1,151.55 
202.90 
263.14 
175.22 

1,177.31 

13,587.06 
14,492.78 

958.27 
868.35 
619.68 

293.91 
1,217.79 
2,626.14 

668.87 
2,702.51 

260.38 
2,735.21 
3,020.04 
1,430.16 
1,267.66 

918.57 

280.67 

1,182.30 

5,314.04 

374.53 

203.26 

855.08 
1,201.37 
2,804.24 

313.01 



$ c 

13,315.94 

21,103.09 

5,070.99 

3,103.03 

• 9,020.08 

3,378.48 
91,055.94 
21,975.37 

9,007.53 
60,619.34 

15,808.14 
2,589.39 
3,854.22 
2,244.60 

15,383.69 

175,048.12 
214,049.09 

14,351.22 

11,259.39 

7,613.70 

3,547.73 
15,668.19 
35,452.98 

7,236.91 
34,018.90 

3,063.40 
38,163.01 
39,160.24 
19,733.40 
17,948.07 

11,230.59 
3,197.73 

14,579.87 

71,709.53 

4,468.53 

3,004.44 
11,306.17 
15,678.63 
33,797.73 

3,650.94 



$ c 
947.00 
1,701.00 
328.75 
218.25 
606.25 

192.00 
8,666.25 
1,468.75 

608.00 
5,216.50 

1,080.50 
100.50 
230.00 
108.00 

1,029.25 

14,226.50 
21,843.25 

1,260.00 
769.25 
436.75 

204.00 
986.00 

2,859.25 
315.75 

2,106.75 

156.75 
2,525.75 
3,211.25 
1,387.25 
1,402.75 

740.75 
153.75 
962.50 
5,958.50 
256.00 

250.25 

785.50 

1,001.75 

2,393.25 

231.50 



12,368.94 

19,402.09 

4,742.24 

2,884.78 

8,413.83 

3,186.48 
82,389.69 
20,506.62 

8,399.53 

55,402.84 

14,727.64 
2,468.89 
3,624.22 
2,136.60 

14,354.44 

160,821.62 
192,205.84 

13,091.22 

10,490.14 

7,176.95 

3,343.73 
14,682.19 
32.593,73 

6,921.16 
31,912.15 

2,906.65 
35,637.26 
35,948.99 
18,346.15 
16,545.32 

10,489.84 

3,043.98 

13,617.37 

65,751.03 

4,212.53 

2,754.19 
10,520.67 
14,676.88 
31,404.48 

3,419.44 



12,880.01 

20,413.25 

4,996.02 

3,493.76 

10,426.76 

3,688.64 
79,728.91 
20,562.43 

8,754.87 
54,250.90 

14,262.38 
2,610.99 
3,863.30 
2,331.90 

14,408.00 

170,718.00 
166,009.14 

13,607.89 
10,767.99 

7,688.23 



3,754 

15,777 

32,023 

7,827 

34,666 



3,446.63 
40,411.30 
37,250.66 
18,865.99 
16,832.00 

11,851.64 

3,812.44 

15,400.98 

64,351.78 

5,119.12 

2,902.37 
10,997.26 

15,224.82 

32,546.48 

3,890.60 



$ c. 

511.07 
1,011.16 

253.78 

608.98 
2,012.93 

502.16 



55.81 
355.34 



142.10 

239.08 

195.30 

53.56 

9,896.38 



516.67 

277.85 
511.28 

410.98 
1,095.44 



906.30 

2,753.88 

539.98 

4,774.04 

1,301.67 

519.84 

286.68 

1,361.80 

768.46 

1,783.61 



906.59 

148.18 
476.59 
547.94 
1,142.00 
471.16 



2,660.78 



1,151.94 
465.26 



26,196.70 



569.92 



1,399.25 



172 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

by the Commission; the amount appropriated from the contingency 

cost; the amount received by the Commission from each 

charged to each Municipality in respect of power 



Municipality 



Interim 
rates per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commis- 
sion 
during year 
To Oct. 
31, 1935 



Share of 
capital cost 
of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correction 
for power 
factor 



Share of operating 



Cost of 


Operating 


power 


main- 


pur- 


tenance 


chased 


and 




adminis- 




trative 




expenses 



Interest 



Rodney 

St. Catharines.. 
St. Clair Beach. 

St. George 

St. Jacobs 



St. Marys 

St. Thomas 

Sandwich 

Sarnia 

Scarboro twp. 



Seaforth 

Simcoe 

Springfield 

Stamford twp. 
Stouffville 



Stratford 

Strathroy... 
Streetsville. 

Sutton 

Tavistock.. 



Tecumseh 

Thamesford 
Thamesville 

Thedford 

Thorndale 



Thorold 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg... 

Toronto 

Toronto twp. 



Trafalgar twp. 

Walker ville 

Wallaceburg... 

Wardsville 

Waterdown 



Waterford. 
Waterloo... 
Watford .... 
Welland .... 
Wellesley 



$ c. 
48.00 
23.00 
40.00 
42.00 
34.00 

36.00 
28.00 
32.00 
34.00 
32.00 

35.00 
31.00 
50.00 
21.00 
46.00 

30.00 
34.00 
40.00 
55.00 
37.00 

38.00 
40.00 
41.00 
68.00 
65.00 

25.00 
38.00 
33.00 
26.10 
32.00 



28.00 
37.00 
62.00 
32.00 

32.00 
27.00 
55.00 
24.00 
50.00 



$ c. 
46,146.54 
1,844,189.67 
21,158.86 
47,256.54 
50,915.84 

354,803.01 
1,479,076.03 

800,098.87 
2,032,668.38 

775,320.18 

134,538.77 
402,229.30 

34,148.76 
340,110.42 

67,784.77 

1,614,914.92 

264,753.92 

26,471.01 

73,440.15 

140,625.08 

90,945.62 
39,352.43 
49,760.99 
35,729.48 
19,724.91 

392,461.27 
154,934.41 
236,376.54 
61,316,664.99 
460,731.67 

100,448.46 
2,180,367.19 

538,600.15 
12,994.34 
55,363.44 

89,665.12 
691,213.53 

81,241.87 

860,954.58 

40,344.29 



113.1 

9,406.7 

62.3 

154.1 

186.6 



1,287 
6,287 
2,750 
7,116.9 

2,784.4 



455 

1,571, 

86, 

1,857, 



186.0 



6,438, 

941, 

89, 

175, 

480, 



281.8 

125.8 

165.8 

68.0 

39.3 

1,873.3 

502.4 

831.8 

257,290.1 

1,819.6 

379.0 

8,355.9 

1,751.0 

28.8 

207.8 

332.4 
2,859.6 

197.4 

4,043.3 

99.9 



$ c 

1,102.72 

91,714.65 

607.42 
1,502.46 
1,819.34 

12,554.98 
61,300.72 
26,820.10 
69,389.26 
27,147.70 



4,444. 
15,322. 

846.29 
18,114.39 

1,813.49 

62,771.01 

9,174.68 

876.52 

1,713.06 

4,688.74 



2,747.53 

1,226.54 

1,616.54 

663.00 

383.17 



18,264 
4,898, 
8,109 
2,508,560 

17,740, 



3,695.22 

81,469.42 

17,072.12 

280.80 

2,026.04 

3,240.88 
27,880.89 

1,924.64 

39,421.88 

974.02 



$ c. 

1,618.14 

36,164.34 

421.39 
1,298.65 
1,482.26 

11,801.23 
36,450.22 
14,889.11 
43,248.48 
15,015.29 

3,488.49 
9,029.05 
1,061.67 
10,045.01 
2,082.13 

37,398.58 
5,514.63 
1,026.61 
2,170.74 
3,468.79 

1,760.63 
1,215.38 
1,602.06 
1,302.69 

688.47 

8,142.25 

4,062.78 

5,214.92 

1,026,111.19 

13,672.10 

2,020.72 

40,240.34 

12,648.09 

589.27 

1,583.07 

1,936.59 
15,417.60 

2,181.45 
15,169.93 

1,199.86 



$ c. 

2,118.19 

90,230.38 

987.15 
2,220.11 
2,415.11 

16,711.36 
70,892.29 
37,750.22 
96,003.53 

36,886.28 

6,265.79 
19,245.79 

1,580.06 
16,795.83 

3,154.78 

76,713.69 

12,277.14 

1,267.84 

3,405.80 

6,622.76 

4,268.00 
1,830.29 
2,334.00 
1,632.19 
891.10 



19,141 
7,279 
11,116 
2,938,897 



22,098.81 

4,869.03 

103,720.20 

25,261.67 

597.17 

2,609.01 

4,239.74 
32,953.87 

3,752.70 
41,716.91 

1,835.91 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



173 



SYSTEM 



N.—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it 
reserve of the system and proportionately applied in reduction of such 
Municipality; and the amount remaining to be credited or 
supplied to it in the year ending October 31, i935 



costs and fixed charges 



Renewals 



Sinking 
fund 



Total 

cost of 

power 

for year 



Amount 
appropriat- 
ed from 
contingency 
reserve 
and pro- 
portionate- 
ly applied 
in reduc- 
tion of such 
cost 



Amounts 

charged 

to each 

municipality 

in respect 

of power 

supplied 

to it in 

i:he year 



Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 



Amounts remaining. 

to be credited 

or charged to each, 

municipality 



Credited 



Charged 



$ c 
477.55 
10,705.28 
197.30 
423.67 
417.19 

2,846.12 
10,494.06 

6,684.61 
16,887.71 

5,898.44 

1,162.89 
3,125.61 

350.85 

1,787.26 

631.18 

12,139.89 

2,147.47 

229.62 

739.93 

1,206.76 

821.03 
356.54 

431.75 
405.97 
222.80 

2,509.90 

1,371.31 

2,000.92 

390,147.53 

3,514.58 

818.00 

16,554.82 

4,769.96 

140.25 

448.66 

729.96 
5,057.71 

841.34 
5,692.64 

416.21 



$ c. 

454.17 

17,034.10 

207.23 

458.54 
488.80 



3,409. 

13,978, 

7,726. 

19,599. 

7,458. 



1,301.51 
3,837.50 

337.57 
3,110.29 

664.69 

15,373.63 

2,497.06 

255.63 

728.76 

1,358.96 

887.22 
382.58 
481.88 
359.00 
197.74 

3,657.62 
1,504.43 
2,276.90 
580,425.75 
4,389.97 

964.75 

20,838.71 

5,236.73 

129.51 

530.45 

860.00 
6,553.07 

805.43 
8,045.96 

397.07 



$ c 
5,770.77 
245,848.75 
2,420.49 
5,903.43 
6,622.70 

47,323.29 
193,115.82 
-93,870.98 
245,128.81 

92,405.81 

16,663.67 

50,560.94 

4,176.44 

49,852.78 
8,346.27 



204,396 

31,610 

3,656 

8,758 
17,346, 



10,484.41 
5,011.33 
6,466.23 
4,362.85 

2,383.28 

51,715.97 
19,116.57 
28,719.66 
7,444,141.67 
61,416.43 



12,367. 

262,823 

64,988. 

1,737. 

7,197. 



11,007.17 

87,863.14 

9,505.56 

110,047.32 

4,823.07 



$ c 
282.75 
23,516.75 
155.75 
385.25 
466.50 

3,219.25 
15,718.25 

6,877.00 
17,792.25 

6,961.00 

1,139.75 
3,929.00 

217.00 
4,644.75 

465.00 

16,095.25 
2,352.50 

224.75 

439.25 

1,202.25 

704 . 50 
314.50 
414.50 
170.00 
98.25 

4,683.25 
1,256.00 
2,079.50 
643,225.25 
4,549.00 

947.50 

20,889.75 

4,377.50 

72.00 

519.50 

831.00 

7,149.00 

493.50 

10,108.25 

249.75 



$ c. 
5,488.02 
222,332.00 
2,264.74 
5,518.18 
6,156.20 

44,104.04 
177,397.57 

86,993.98 
227,336.56 

85,444.81 

15,523.92 

46,631.94 

3,959.44 

45,208.03 
7,881.27 

188,301.55 

29,258.48 

3,431.47 

8,319.04 

16,143.76 



9,779 
4,696 
6,051 
4,192 

2,285, 



47,032.72 
17,860.57 
26,640.16 
6,800,916.42 
56,867.43 

11,420.22 

241,933.74 

60,611.07 

1,665.00 

6,677.73 

10,176.17 
80,714.14 

9,012.06 
99,939.07 

4,573.32 



5,426.40 
216,354.22 
2,491.96 
6,472.90 
6,343.22 

46,356.00 
176,043.91 

88,024.50 
241,973.11 

89,100.74 

15,955.75 

48,718.14 
4,339.95 

39,016.39 
8,554.06 

193,142.00 

31,993.41 

3,595.74 

9,663.01 

17,793.17 

10,706.77 
5,030.30 
6,796.39 
4,625.89 
2,553.38 

46,832.19 
19,091.15 
27,449.64 
6,715,270.27 
58,227.16 



9,943 
233,965 

64,786, 
1,787, 
6,647. 



10,635.62 
77,208.05 
10,858.80 
97,039.90 
4,995.79 



$ c. 



227.22 
954.72 
187.02 

2,251.96 



1,030.52 

14,636.55 

3,655.93 

431.83 

2,086.20 

380.51 



672.79 

4,840.45 
2,734.93 
164.27 
1,343.97 
1,649.41 

926.86 
333.47 
744.66 
433.04 
268.35 



1,230 
809 


58 
48 


1,359.73 




4,175 
122 


46 
13 


459 


45 


1,846 


74 



422.47 



$ c. 
61.62 

5,977.78 



1,353.66 



6,191.64 



200.53 



85,646.15 



1,476.57 
7,968.43 



29.77 



3,506.09 



2,899.17 



174 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 



Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

by the Commission; the amount appropriated from the contingency 

cost; the amount received by the Commission from each 

charged to each Municipality in respect of power 





Interim 




Average 




Share of operating 




rates per 


Share of 


horse- 
















horsepower 
collected by 


capital cost 
of system on 


power 
supplied 


Cost of 


Operating, 




Municipality 


Commis- 


which 


in year 


power 


main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 






sion 
during year 


interest and 
fixed charges 


after 
correction 


pur- 
chased 


Interest 




To Oct. 


are payable 


for power 








31, 1935 




factor 
















expenses 






$ c. 


$ c. 




$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


West Lome 


40.00 


30,422.66 


91.7 


894.07 


1,147.15 


1,358.75 


Weston 


27.00 


651,650.99 


2,809.5 


27,392.42 


13,670.10 


31,232.88 


Wheatley 


53.00 


55,116.11 


119.6 


1,166.09 


1,298.25 


2,617.96 


Windsor 


28.00 


5,291,895.70 


20,279.0 


197,718.79 


95,830.45 


250,791.03 


Woodbridge 


35.00 


95,422.12 


334.3 


3,259.40 


1,979.22 


4,504.41 


Woodstock 


28.00 


1,162,635.00 


4,765.1 


46,459.38 


25,034.59 


55,530.78 


Wyoming 


54.00 


26,316.97 


61.0 


594.75 


785.58 


1,208.36 


York East twp 


32.00 


1,263,630.65 


5,272.9 


51,410.40 


49,103.16 


60,986.33 


York North twp... 


32.00 


761,470.10 


2,861.2 


27,896.49 


21,759.44 


36,519.51 


Zurich 


65.00 


35,746.84 


69.9 


681.52 


1,072.43 


1,620.28 


Mimico Asylum 


43,410.46 


168.8 


1,645.79 


753.99 


2,103.76 


Ontario Reformatory 


62,931.70 


255.1 


2,487.21 


1,209.32 


3,060.87 


Prison Brick Yard 


33,609.80 


118.9 


1,159.27 


573 . 54 


1,616.44 


Toronto Transportation Com. 


65,995.38 


248.6 


2,423.83 


1,165.79 


2,564.05 


Sandwich, Windsor and Am- 












herstburg Railway Co 


725,208.10 


2,717.5 


26,495.43 


12,491.86 


34,513.22 


Totals — Municipalities 


144,489,216.85 


601,235.4 


5,862,002.07 


2,746,353.77 


6,922,536.16 


Rural Power Districts 












Acton R. P. D. — Erin,Esques- 












ingandNassagaweyatwps. . . 


2,992.28 


10.8 


105.30 


59.64 


141.69 


Ailsa Craig R.P.D.— Lobo, 












McGillivray and Williams 












E. twps 


2,428.52 


6.3 


61.42 


42.83 


112.88 


Alvinston R.P.D. — Brooke 












twp 


1,943.16 


3.1 


30.22 


59.83 


88.28 


Amherstburg R.P.D. — An- 












derdon, Colchester N., Col- 












chester S. and Maiden twps. 


172,280.59 


533.0 


5,196.71 


3,823.18 


8,069.35 


Aylmer R.P.D. — Bayham, 












Dereham, Dorchester N., 












Dorchester S., Malahide, 












and Yarmouth twps 


81,741.78 


271.0 


2,642.23 


1,751.81 


3,834.92 


AyrR.P.D.— Blenheim,Dum- 










friesN.,andDumfriesS.twps. 


11,535.13 


43.5 


424.12 


283.14 


548.24 


Baden R.P.D.— Blandford, 












Blenheim, Easthope N., 












E asthope S . , Waterloo , Wel- 












lesley, Wilmot and Zorra 












E. twps 


107,482.97 


389.8 


3,800.52 


2,571.78 


5,111.40 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



175 



SYSTEM 



N.—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it 
reserve of the system and proportionately applied in reduction of such 
Municipality; and the amount remaining to be credited or 
supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1935 



costs and fixed charges 


Total 

cost of 

power 

for year 


Amount 
appropriat- 
ed from 
contingency 
reserve 
and pro- 
portionate- 
ly applied 
in reduc- 
tion of such 
cost 


Amounts 

charged 

to each 

municipality 

in respect 

of power 

supplied 

to it in 

the year 


Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 






Renewals 


Sinking 
fund 


to be credited 

or charged to each 

municipality 




Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 
283.64 


$ c. 
295.54 
6,149.63 
568.93 
50,577.24 
920.03 


$ c. 

3,979.15 

82,952.01 

6,273.74 

635,099.71 

11,467.56 


$ c. 
229.25 
7,023.75 
299.00 
50,697.50 
835.75 


$ c. 

3,749.90 

75,928.26 

5,974.74 

584,402.21 

10,631.81 


$ c. 

3,668.95 

75,857.55 

6,336.54 

567,812.15 

11,701.04 


$ c. 


$ c. 

80.95 


4,506.98 




70.71 


622.51 


361.80 




40,182.20 


16,590.06 


804 . 50 


1,069.23 




8,600.32 


11,034.29 
261.42 

11,969.03 

7,292.75 

358.29 


146,659.36 
3,127.94 

181,569.71 

99,049.33 

4,138.20 


11,912.75 

152.50 

13,182.25 

7,153.00 

174.75 


134,746.61 
2,975.44 

168,387.46 

91,896.33 

3,963.45 


133,423.84 
3,293.10 

168,733.29 

91,559.70 

4,545.66 




1,322.77 


277.83 


317.66 
345.83 




8,100.79 




5,581.14 


336.63 


405.68 


582.21 




334.65 


414.31 
598.03 
323.76 
631.90 


5,252.50 
7,827.98 
3,954.21 
7,311.39 


422.00 
637.75 
297.25 
621.50 


4,830.50 
7,190.23 
3,656.96 
6,689.89 


5,146.85 
7,524.51 
3,626.14 
7,901.00 


316.35 
334.28 




472 . 55 




281.20 


30.82 


525.82 


1,211.11 




5,625.61 


6,946.80 


86,072.92 


6,793.75 


79,279.17 


79,279.17 












997,619.73 


1,359,167.18 


17,879,678.91 


1,503,088.50 


16,394,590.41 


16,297,159.27 


151,720.66 


249,151.80 


24.92 


28.77 


360.32 


27.00 


333.32 


333.32 


see page 


187 


24.60 


23.90 


265.63 


15.75 


249.88 


249.88 


<< 


«< 


23.23 


19.68 


221.24 


7.75 


213.49 


213.49 


<< 


" 


1,554.01 


1,678.85 


20,322.10 


1,332.50 


18,989.60 


18,989.60 


<« 


" 


720.03 


790.44 


9,739.43 


677.50 


9,061.93 


9,061.93 


«« 


«< 


92.52 


110.43 


1,458.45 


108.75 


1,349.70 


1,349.70 


«< 


St 


888.77 


1,033.20 


13,405.67 


974.50 


12,431.17 


12,431.17 


n 


ft 



176 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

by the Commission; the amount appropriated from the contingency 

cost; the amount received by the Commission from each 

charged to each Municipality in respect of power 



Rural power district 



Share of 
capital cost 
of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 

in year 

after 

correction 

for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Beamsville R.P.D.— Caistor, Clin- 
ton, Gainsborough, Grimsby N., 
Grimsby S., Louth, Pelham and 
Wainfleet twps 

Belle River R.P.D. — Maidstone and 
Rochester twps 

Blenheim R.P.D.— Raleigh and Har- 
wich twps 

Bond Lake R.P.D.— King, Mark- 
ham, Scarboro, Tecumseth, Vaughan 
Whitchurch and York N. twps 

Bothwell R.P.D.— Aldborough, Ek- 
frid, Mosa, Orford and Zone twps 

Brampton R.P.D. — Chinguacousy 
and Toronto twps 

Brant R.P.D.— Blenheim, Brantford 
Burford, Dumfries S., Oakland and 
Onondaga twps. 

Brigden R.P.D. — Moore and Sombra 
twps 



Burford R.P.D.— Brantford, Bur 
ford, Oakland, Townsend and 
Windham twps. 

Caledonia R.P.D. — Ancaster, Bar 
ton, Binbrook, Caistor, Glanford, 
Grimsby S., Oneida, Onondaga and 
Seneca twps 

Chatham R.P.D.— Chatham, Dover 
Harwich and Raleigh twps. 

Chippawa R.P.D. — Bertie, Crow- 
land and Willoughby twps 

Clinton R.P.D.— Goderich, Hay, 
Hullett, Stanley and Tuckersmith 
twps 



Delaware R.P.D. — Caradoc, Dela- 
ware, Ekfrid, Lobo, London, South 
wold and Westminster twps 

Dorchester R.P.D. — Dorchester N. 
Dorchester S., London, Nissouri E. 
Nissouri W., Oxford N., Westmin 
ster and Yarmouth twps 

Dresden R.P.D. — Camden, Chatham 
and Dawn twps 

Drumbo R.P.D.— Blandford, Blen- 
hein and Burford twps 



279,377.67 
59,916.90 
42,272.46 

299,024.31 
65,794.54 

32,438.14 

117,724.34 

20,584.42 

47,347.11 

83,423.54 

113,381.78 

21,321.20 

45,366.51 

80,274.12 

90,919.12 
13,100.52 
32,457.49 



1,055.5 
191.9 
135.5 

979.4 

184.1 
128.8 

' 476.4 
40.1 

161.0 

314.9 
433.6 
102.8 

134.0 

295.6 

313.8 
37.6 

85.4 



10,291.05 
1,871.01 
1,321.12 

9,549.08 
1,794.96 
1,255.79 

4,644.86 
390.97 

1,569.74 

3,070.26 
4,227.57 
1,002.29 

1,306.49 

2,882.08 

3,059.53 
366.59 
832 . 64 



$ c. 

6,205.21 

1,517.76 

994.25 

7,435.58 
1,652.32 
1,354.64 

3,666.24 

485.18 

1,000.38 

1,774.19 

2,772.24 
388.64 

1,386.14 

1,726.52 

1,863.18 
321.36 

720.27 



13,306.38 
2,796.73 
1,983.30 

14,139.06 
3,082.08 
1,548.68 

5,634.89 
943.90 

2,245.92 

3,978.23 
5,383.59 
1,021.58 

2,125.13 
3,752.43 

4,259.22 

610.39 
1,498.19 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



177 



SYSTEM 



N.—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it 
reserve of the system and proportionately applied in reduction of such 
Municipality; and the amount remaining to be credited or 
supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1935. 



costs & fixed charges 


Total 
cost of 
power . 
for year 


Amount 
appropriat- 
ed from 
contingency 
reserve 
and pro- 
portionate- 
ly applied 
in reduc- 
tion of such 
cost 


Amounts 
charged 
to each 
municipality 
in respect 
of power 
supplied 
to it in 
the year 


Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 






Renewals 


Sinking 
fund 


Amounts reuuuxu 
to be credited 

or charged to each 
municipality 




Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


2,280.71 


2,672.47 


34,755.82 


2,638.75 


32,117.07 


32,117.07 


see page 


187 


528.10 


582.40 


7,296.00 


479.75 


6,816.25 


6,816.25 






376.93 


410.72 


5,086.32 


338.75 


4,747.57 


4,747.57 


" 




2,468.98 


2,900.11 


36,492.81 


2,448.50 


34,044.31 


34,044.31 


<< 




637.51 


646.04 


7,812.91 


460.25 


7,352.66 


7,352.66 


< < 




247.32 


308.91 


4,715.34 


322.00 


4,393.34 


4,393.34 


<< 




884.19 


1,118.84 


15,949.02 


1,191.00 


14,758.02 


14,758.02 


" 




233.32 


207.41 


2,260.78 


100.25 


2,160.53 


2,160.53 


" 




413.44 


458.58 


5,688.06 


402.50 


5,285.56 


5,285.56 


<< 




672.57 


798.70 


10,293.95 


787.25 


9,506.70 


9,506.70 


» 




877.82 


1,083.80 


14,345.02 


1,084.00 


13,261.02 


13,261.02 


" 




136.42 


198.44 


2,747.37 


257.00 


2,490.37 


2,490.37 


" 




429.13 


443.86 


5,690.75 


335.00 


5,355.75 


5,355.75 


<( 




640.78 


760.68 


9,762.49 


739.00 


9,023.49 


9,023.49 


<< 




780.44 


877.85 


10,840.22 


784.50 


10,055.72 


10,055.72 


« 




124.01 


127.59 


1,549.94 


94.00 


1,455.94 


1,455.94 


<< 




329.17 


320.39 


3,700.66 


213.50 


3,487.16 


3,487.16 


<i 





178 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

by the Commission; the amount appropriated from the contingency 

cost; the amount received by the Commission from each 

charged to each Municipality in respect of power 



Rural power district 



Share of 
capital cost 
of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 

in year 

after 

correction 

for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Dundas R.P.D. — Ancaster, Beverly, 
Flamboro E., Flamboro W., Glan- 
ford and Nelson twps 

Dunnville R.P.D. — Canborough, 
Dunn and Moulton twps 

Dutton R.P.D. — Aldborough and 
Dunwich twps..., 

Elmira R.P.D.— Peel, Pilkington and 
Woolwich twps 

Elora R.P.D.— Garafraxa W., Nichol, 
Peel and Pilkington twps 

Essex R.P.D.— Colchester N., Gos- 
field N., Gosfield S., Maidstone, 
Mersea, Rochester and Sandwich 
S. twps 

Exeter R.P.D.— Biddulph, Bosan- 
quet, Hay, Hibbert, Stephen, Tuck- 
ersmith and Usborne twps 

Forest R.P.D. — Adelaide, Bosan- 
quet, Plympton, Warwick and 
Williams W. twps 

Gait R.P.D.— Beverly, Dumfries N., 
Dumfries S. and Puslinch twps 

Georgetown R.P.D. — Chinguacousy, 
Erin and Esquesing twps 

Goderich R.P.D.— Ashfield, Col- 
borne, Goderich and Wawanosh W. 
twps 

Grantham R.P.D. — Grantham and 
Niagara twps 

Guelph R.P.D. — Eramosa, Erin, 
Guelph, Nassagaweya and Puslinch 
twps. , 

Haldimand R.P.D.— Cayuga N., 
Oneida, Rainham, Seneca and Wal- 
pole twps 

Harriston R.P.D. — Howich and 
Minto twps 

Harrow R.P.D.— Colchester N., Col- 
chester S., Gosfield S. and Maiden 
twps 

Ingersoll R.P.D. — Dereham, Dor- 
chester N., Nissouri E., Oxford N., 
Oxford W., Zorra E. and Zorra W. 
twps 



$ c. 

151,914.02 

10,852.84 
41,295.36 
26,297.79 
31,677.33 

61,782.94 

104,774.20 

16,761.80 
45,785.49 
39,673.90 

40,354.27 

132,669.93 

114,210.32 

71,315.94 
6,453.93 

126,371.44 
116,474.12 



632.4 

40.3 
127.9 

88.7 
102.0 

200.9 

286.6 

39.8 
187.2 
130.4 

90.9 

568.0 

42.9 

196.1 
16.7 

380.0 
389.3 



$ c. 
6,165.85 

392.92 

1,247.02 
864.81 
994.49 

1,958.76 

2,794.33 

388.05 
1,825.19 

1,271.39 

886.27 
5,537.97 

4,182.72 

1,911.96 
162.82 

3,704.98 



c. $ 



2,163.62 

628.68 

1,249.31 

440.21 

633.62 

1,200.50 

1,934.22 

409.67 
2,047.11 

775.89 

1,168.40 

3,303.34 

2,276.25 

1,636.37 
154,63 

2,699.04 



3,795.64 2,748.26 5,496.16 



7,289.80 

518.13 
1,935.89 
1,249.22 
1,485.50 

2,898.53 

4,876.66 

775.73 
2,194.82 

1,870.18 

1,865.09 

6,364.16 

5,459.85 

3,326.58 
299.58 

5,938.98 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



179 



SYSTEM 



N.—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it 
reserve of the system and proportionately applied in reduction of such 
Municipality; and the amount remaining to be credited or 
supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1935. 



costs & fixed charges 


Total 

cost of 

power 

for year 


Amount 
appropriat- 
ed from 
contingency 
reserve 
and pro- 
portionate- 
ly applied 
in reduc- 
tion of such 
cost 


Amounts 

charged 

to each 

municipality 

in respect 

of power 

supplied 

to it in 

the year 


Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 






Renewals 


Sinking 
fund 


Amounts remain] 
to be credited 
or charged to each 
municipality 




Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


1,125.72 


1,440.33 


18,185.32 


1,581.00 


16,604.32 


16,604.32 


see page 


187 


90.60 


104.11 


1,734.44 


100.75 


1,633.69 


1,633.69 






378.57 


400.25 


5,211.04 


319.75 


4,891.29 


4,891.29 






229.75 


254.41 


3,038.40 


221.75 


2,816.65 


2,816.65 






286.51 


307.70 


3,707.82 


255.00 


3,452.82 


3,452.82 






538.58 


599.69 


7,196.06 


502.25 


6,693.81 


6,693.81 






1,037.30 


1,029.61 


11,672.12 


716.50 


10,955.62 


10,955.62 






175.36 


166.41 


1,915.22 


99.50 


1,815.72 


1,815.72 






340.00 


434.67 


6,841.79 


468.00 


6,373.79 


6,373.79 






354.17 


384.75 


4,656.38 


326.00 


4,330.38 


4,330.38 






434.80 


401.96 


4,756.52 


227.25 


4,529.27 


4,529.27 






966.78 


1,251.03 


17,423.28 


1,420.00 


16,003.28 


16,003.28 






920.26 


1,093.87 


13,932.95 


1,072.50 


12,860.45 


12,860.45 






705.34 


698.52 


8,278.77 


490.25 


7,788.52 


7,788.52 






65.52 


63.77 


746.32 


41.75 


704.57 


704.57 






1,161.09 


1,234.26 


14,738.35 


950.00 


13,788.35 


13,788.35 






1,023.10 


1,126.77 


14,189.93 


973.25 


13,216.68 


13,216.68 







180 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



Xo. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

by the Commission; the amount appropriated from the contingency 

cost; the amount received by the Commission from each 

charged to each Municipality in respect of power 



Rural power district 



Share of 
capital cost 
of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 

in year 

after 

correction 

for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Jordan R.P.D. — Grantham, Louth, 
Pelham and Thorold twps 

Keswick R.P.D. — Georgina, Gwil- 
limbury E . and G willimbury N . twps . 

Kingsville R.P.D.— Gosfield N., Gos- 
field S., Mersea and Romney twps... 

Listowel R.P.D. — Elma, Grey, Mary- 
borough, Mornington, Peel, Wal- 
lace and Wellesley twps 

London R.P.D. — Delaware, Lobo, 
London, Nissouri W. and West- 
minster twps 

L u c a n R.P.D.— Biddulph, Blan- 
shard, London, McGillivray and 
Stephen twps 

Lynden R.P.D. — Ancaster, Beverly, 
Brantford and Dumfries S. twps 

Markham R.P.D.— Markham, Pick- 
ering, Scarboro, Uxbridge and 
Whitchurch twps 

Merlin R.P.D. — Raleigh, Romney, 
and Tilbury E. twps 

Milton R.P.D. — Esquesing, Nassa- 
gaweya, Nelson and Trafalgar twps. 

M i 1 v e r t o n R.P.D.— Ellice, Elma, 
Mornington and Wellesley twps 

Mitchell R.P.D.— Downie, Ellice, 
Elma, Fullarton, Hibbert, Logan 
and McKillop twps 

Newmarket R.P.D. — Georgina, Gwil- 
limbury E., King, Scott, Uxbridge 
and Whitchurch twps 

Niagara R.P.D. — Niagara and Stam- 
ford twps 

Norwich R.P.D. — Burford, Dereham, 

Middleton, Norwich N., Norwich 
S., Oxford E. and Windham twps 

Oil Springs R.P.D. — Brooke, Dawn, 
Enniskillen and Euphemia twps 

Palmerston R.P.D. — Arthur, Mary- 
borough, Minto, Peel and Wallace 
twps 

Petrolia R.P.D. — Enniskillen, Moore, 
Plympton and Sarnia twps 



$ c. 

71,985.74 

169,032.48 

193,251.54 

45,628.93 

441,754.79 

16,242.47 

48,778.77 

131,835.76 
66,080.02 

46,904.53 
23,217.97 

58,438.61 

72,612.79 
97,714.30 

79,328.08 
13,952.08 

16,080.74 
9,805.18 



305.2 


467.1 


588.3 


153.3 


,666.9 


56.1 


166.8 


432.2 


177.4 


151.7 


76.1 


196.0 


240.7 


489.2 


268.2 


38.5 


50.7 


29.3 



$ c. 
2,975.68 
4,554.19 
5,735.88 

1,494.66 

16,252.16 

546.97 
1,626.29 

4,213.92 
1,729.64 

1,479.06 
741.97 

1,910.98 

2,346.81 
4,769.66 

2,614.93 
375.37 

494.32 
285.67 



1,441.93 
4,854.36 
3,797.35 

1,110.71 

9,385.07 

392.18 
856.72 

3,289.09 
1,420.27 

1,553.25 
515.73 

1,309.20 

1,709.16 
2,269.10 

1,746.45 
362.29 

417.60 
219.51 



$ c. 
3,469.94 

7,910.24 
9,019.39 

2,157.83 

21,062.19 

761.52 
2,294.02 

6,219.99 

3,083.43 

2,206.65 
1,095.45 

2,759.78 

3,424.77 
4,750.64 

3,709.60 
646.23 

757.83 
458.10 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



181 



SYSTEM 



N.—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it 
reserve of the system and proportionately applied in reduction of such 
Municipality; and the amount remaining to be credited or 
supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1935. 



costs & fixed charges 


Total 
cost of 

power 
for year 


Amount 
appropriat- 
ed from 
contingency 
reserve 
and pro- 
portionate- 
ly applied 
in reduc- 
tion of such 
cost 


Amounts 
charged 
to each 
municipality 
in respect 
of power 
supplied 
to it in 
the year 


Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 






Renewals 


Sinking 
fund 


Amounts remair 
to be credited 

or charged to each 
municipality 




Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


529.59 


680.60 


9,097.74 


763.00 


8,334.74 


8,334.74 


see page 


187 


1,573.98 


1,661.45 


20,554.22 


1,167.75 


19,386.47 


19,386.47 


<< 


" 


1,761.70 


1,885.65 


22,199.97 


1,470.75 


20,729.22 


20,729.22 


<< 


«« 


396.70 


441.63 


5,601.53 


383.25 


5,218.28 


5,218.28 


it 


«< 


3,527.46 


4,229.17 


54,456.05 


4,167.25 


50,288.80 


50,288.80 


see page 


189 


139.33 


156.80 


1,996.80 


140.25 


1,856.55 


1,856.55 


«« 


a 


425.00 


471.33 


5,673.36 


417.00 


5,256.36 


5,256.36 


" 


tt 


1,086.99 


1,278.00 


16,087.99 


1,080.50 


15,007.49 


15,007.49 


« 


a 


654.80 


650.96 


7,539.10 


443.50 


7,095.60 


7,095.60 


<« 


a 


421.95 


455.56 


6,116.47 


379.25 


5,737.22 


5,737.22 


- 


a 


205.44 


225.21 


2,783.80 


190.25 


2,593.55 


2,593.55 


<< 


" 


508.90 


565.83 


7,054.69 


490.00 


6,564.69 


6,564.69 


<< 


it 


593.72 


703.57 


8,778.03 


601.75 


8,176.28 


8,176.28 


<< 


a 


592.94 


904.85 


13,287.19 


1,223.00 


12,064.19 


12,064.19 


" 


it 


691.15 


766.42 


9,528.55 


670.50 


8,858.05 


8,858.05 


n 


« 


. 135.75 


137.15 


1,656.79 


96.25 


1,560.54 


1,560.54 


" 


" 


146.14 


156.55 


1,972.44 


126.75 


1,845.69 


1,845.69 


n 


a 


90.92 


95.71 


1,149.91 


73.25 


1,076.66 


1,076.66 


it 


it 



182 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

by the Commission; the amount appropriated from the contingency 

cost; the amount received by the Commission from each 

charged to each Municipality in respect of power 



Rural power district 



Share of 
capital cost 
of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 

in year 

after 

correction 

for power 

factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Preston R.P.D. — Dumfries N., 
Guelph, Puslinch, Waterloo and 
Woolwich twps 

Ridgetown R.P.D. — Aldborough, 
Harwich, Howard, Orford and 
Rondeau Park twps 

St. Jacobs R.P.D.— Peel, Waterloo, 
Wellesley and Woolwich twps 

St. Mary's R.P.D.— Blanshard, 
Downie, Fullarton, Nissouri E., 
Nissouri W. and Usborne twps 

St. Thomas R.P.D.— Dunwich, 
Southwold, Westminster and Yar- 
mouth twps. 

Saltfleet R.P.D.— Barton, Binbrook, 
Grimsby N. and Saltfleet twps 

Sandwich R.P.D.— Anderdon, Col- 
chester N., Maidstone, Sandwich 
E., Sandwich S., and Sandwich W. 
twps. 

Sarnia R.P.D. — Moore, Plympton 
and Sarnia twps 

Scarboro R.P.D. — Pickering, Scar- 
boro and York N. twps 

Seaforth R.P.D.— Hibbert, Hullett, 
McKillop and Tuckersmith twps 

S i m c o e R.P.D.— Charlotteville, 
Townsend, Walpole, Windham and 
Woodhouse twps 

Stamford R.P.D.— Stamford and 

Thorold twps 

Stratford R.P.D.— Downie, East- 
hope N., Ellice and Easthope S. 
twps 

Strathroy R.P.D.— Adelaide, Cara- 
doc, Ekfrid, Lobo, Metcalfe and 
Williams E. twps 

Streetsville R.P.D. — Chinguacousy, 
Esquesing, Toronto and Trafalgar 
twps. 

Tavistock R.P.D.— Easthope N., 
Easthope S., Ellice and Zorra E. 
twps. 

Thamesville R.P.D.— Camden, 
Chatham, Euphemia, Harwich, 
Howard, Orford and Zone twps. 



$ c. 
233,315.82 

97,595.50 
65,392.71 

70,163.16 

174,366.10 
255,363.22 

261,296.62 

168,224.60 

109,358.55 

18,921.00 

59,363.18 

37,846.98 

40,509.45 

32,475.06 

90,190.89 

50,970.31 

31,513.30 



894.8 

270.6 
236.3 

217.4 

667.6 
910.5 

926 

533.6 

361.1 

62.1 

225.2 

174.4 

160.5 

103.3 

308.6 

174.4 

105.0 



$ c. 
8,724.23 

2,638.33 
2,303.89 

2,119.63 

6,509.06 

8,877.32 

9,034.26 

5,202.56 

3,520.70 

605.47 

2,195.68 

1,700.38 

1,564.86 

1,007.16 

3,008.82 

1,700.39 

1,023.74 



$ c. 
4,456.93 

2,754.81 
1,245.30 

1,967.91 

3,900.40 

4,947.28 

5,048.89 

3,880.09 

1,853.31 

439.31 

1,867.06 

778.80 

956.17 

954.60 

2,372.81 

1,121.41 

779.95 



$ c. 
11.113.25 

4,523.77 
3,093.02 

3,292.84 

8,224.05 
12,073.88 

12,327.28 

7,902.44 

5,172.47 

894.56 

2,830.73 

1,830.94 

1,922.06 

1,500.85 

4,249.92 

2,405.43 

1,484.64 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



183 



SYSTEM 



N.—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it 
reserve of the system and proportionately applied in reduction of such 
Municipality; and the amount remaining to be credited or 
supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1935. 



costs & fixed charges 


Total 

cost of 

power 

for year 


Amount 
appropriat- 
ed from 
contingency 
reserve 
and pro- 
portionate- 
ly applied 
in reduc- 
tion of such 
cost 


Amounts 
charged 
to each 
municipality 
in respect 
of power 
supplied 
to it in 
the year 


Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 






Renewals 


Sinking 
fund 


Amounts i emuim 

to be credited 

or charged to each 

municipality 




Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


1,840.97 


2,229.93 


28,365.31 


2,237.00 


26,128.31 


26,128.31 


see page 


189 


949.33 


958.25 


11,824.49 


676.50 


11,147.99 


11,147.99 






541.89 


628.53 


7,812.63 


590.75 


7,221.88 


7,221.88 






634.66 


683.70 


8,698.74 


543.50 


8,155.24 


8,155.24 






1,344.36 


1,645.75 


21,623.62 


1,669.00 


19,954.62 


19,954.62 






2,177.12 


2,459.90 


30,535.50 


2,276.25 


28,259.25 


28,259.25 






2,128.77 


2,516.49 


31,055.69 


2,316.50 


28,739.19 


28,739.19 






1,503.49 


1,636.11 


20,124.69 


1,334.00 


18,790.69 


18,790.69 






897.10 


1,059.99 


12,503.57 


902.75 


11,600.82 


11,600.82 






167.34 


183.55 


2,290.23 


155.25 


2,134.98 


2,134.98 






473.78 


568.07 


7,935.32 


563.00 


7,372.32 


7,372.32 






253.33 


354.30 


4,917.75 


436.00 


4,481.75 


4,481.75 






306.40 


385.90 


5,135.39 


401.25 


4,734.14 


4,734.14 






285.75 


309.22 


4,057.58 


258.25 


3,799.33 


3,799.33 






778.12 


870.41 


11,280.08 


771.50 


10,508.58 


10,508.58 






437.25 


492.52 


6,157.00 


436.00 


5,721.00 


5,721.00 






273.43 


305.17 


3,866.93 


262.50 


3,604.43 


3,604.43 







184 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

by the Commission; the amount appropriated from the contingency 

cost; the amount received by the Commission from each 

charged to each Municipality in respect of power 







Average 




Share of operating 




Share of 


horse- 














Rural power district 


capital cost 
of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 


power 
supplied 

in year 

after 

correction 


Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 


Operating, 
main- 
tenance 
and 

flHtnini«5- 


Interest 




are payable 


for power 
factor 




aMIlllH lo 

trative 
expenses 






$ c. 




$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Tilbury R.P.D.— Dover, Mer- 












sea, Rochester, Romney, Til- 












bury E., Tilbury N. and Til- 












bury W. twps 


51,885.91 


166.8 


1,626.29 


1,167.14 


2,448.17 


Tillsonburg R.P.D.— Bayham, 












Dereham, Dorchester S., 












Houghton, Malahide, Middle- 












ton, Norwich N., Norwich S. 












and Walsingham N. twps 


99,818.88 


328.6 


3,203.83 


2,182.20 


4,668.04 


Wallaceburg R. P. D.— Chat- 












ham, Dover and Sombra twos. 


65,620.23 


209.3 


2,040.66 


1,696.27 


3,072.01 


Walsingham R.P.D.— Char- 












lotteville, Houghton, Middle- 












ton, Walsingham N., Walsing- 












ham S. and Windham twps 


81,644.08 


211.1 


2,058.21 


1,630.69 


3,798.66 


Walton R.P.D.— Grey, Hullett, 












McKillop, Morris, Wawanosh 












E. and Wawanosh W. twps 


33,927.50 


85.4 


832.64 


909.49 


1,572.44 


Waterdown R.P.D. — Flamboro 












p E., Flamboro W. and Nelson 












^ twps 


222,712.67 


794.6 


7,747.29 


1,445.19 


10,216.54 


Waterford R.P.D.— Townsend, 












and Windham twps 


55,730.49 


206.6 


2,014.34 


1,244.40 


2,656.69 


Watford R.P.D.— Adelaide, 












Metcalfe and Warwick twps. . 


8,386.00 


21.4 


208.65 


183.57 


388.91 


Welland R. P. D.— Bertie, Crow- 












land, Humberstone, Moulton, 












Pelham, Thorold, Wainfleet 












and Willoughby twps 


257,725.22 


1,110.8 


10,830.22 


6,735.60 


12,324.10 


Woodbridge R.P.D.— Albion, 












Chinguacousy, Etobicoke, 












King, Toronto, Toronto Gore, 












Vaughan, and York N. twps 


157,586.59 


537.6 


5,241.56 


2,854.73 


7,406.73 


Woodstock R. P. D.— Bland- 












ford, Blenheim, Burford, Ox- 












ford E., Oxford N., Oxford W., 












Zorra E. and Zorra W. twps 


146,963.97 


555.8 


5,419.01 


3,179.01 


6,976.38 


Totals — Rural power districts 


7,545,306.99 


26,347.8 


256,889.06 


168,528.72 


356,219.72 


Totals — Municipalities 


144,489,216.85 


601,235.4 


5,862,002.07 


2,746,353.77 


6,922,536.16 


Totals — Rural power districts 


7,545,306.99 


26,347.8 


256,889.06 


168,528.72 


356,219.72 


Totals — Companies 


45,398,792.54 


211,942.8 


2,066,427.07 


909,277.95 


2,237,911.35 


Totals — Local distribution 












system 


1,374,346.03 


4,887.2 


47,649.85 


79,978.66 


74,087.66 








198,807,662.41 




Non-operating capital 


1,047,150.06 














Grand totals 


199,854,812.47 


844,413.2 


8,232,968.05 


3,904,139.10 


9,590,754.89 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



185 



SYSTEM N.—COST OF POWER 

Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it 
reserve of the system and proportionately applied in reduction of such 
Municipality; and the amount remaining to be credited or 
supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1935. 



costs and fixed charges 


Total 
cost of 

power 
for year 


Amount 
appropriat- 
ed from 
contingency 
reserve 
and pro- 
portionate- 
ly applied 
in reduc- 
tion of such 
cost 


Amounts 

charged 

to each 

municipality 

in respect 

of power 

supplied 

to it in 

the year 


Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 






Renewals 


Sinking 
fund 


to be credited 

or charged to each 

municipality 




Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


461.99 


504.18 


6,207.77 


417.00 


5,790.77 


5,790.77 


see page 


189 


887.06 


967.26 


11,908.39 


821.50 


11,086.89 


11,086.89 


" 


<( 


588.69 


638.96 


8,036.59 


523.25 


7,513.34 


7,513.34 


«< 


<< 


830.54 


803.77 


9,121.87 


527.75 


8,594.12 


8,594.12 


« 


<< 


349.00 


335.88 


3,999.45 


213.50. 


3,785.95 


3,785.95 


«« 


a 


1,790.72 


2,059.31 


23,259.05 


1,986.50 


21,272.55 


21,272.55 


» 


a 


453.71 


534.53 


6,903.67 


516.50 


6,387.17 


6,387.17 


<« 


(« 


84.71 


82.58 


948.42 


53.50 


894.92 


894.92 


(< 


St 


1,873.01 


2,433.07 


34,196.00 


2,777.00 


31,419.00 


31,419.00 


« 


« 


1,355.78 


1,523.08 


18,381.88 


1,344.00 


17,037.88 


17,037.88 


<« 


it 


1,173.46 


1,406.60 


18,154.46 


1,389.50 


16,764.96 


16,764.96 


u 


u 


63,546.59 


72,637.62 


917,821.71 


65,869.50 


851,952.21 


851,952.21 


(< 


<( 


997,619.73 
63,546.59 


1,369,167.18 

72,637.62 

449,193.93 


17,897,678.91 

917,821.71 

5,950,686.96 


1,503,088.50 
65,869.50 


16,394,590.41 

851,952.21 

5,950,686.96 


16,297,159.27 

851,952.21 

4,647,981.44 


151,720.66 


249,151.80 


287,876.66 


* 


1,302,705.52 


16,654.95 


10,791.06 


229,162.18 




229,162.18 


221,994.49 




*7,167.69 


1,365,697.93 


1,901,789.79 


24,995,349.76 


1,568,958.00 


23,426,391.76 


22,019,087.41 


151,720.66 


1,559,025.01 



^Written off to contingencies reserve. 



186 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 
and the amounts remaining to be credited to certain Districts or charged 

(by annual adjustment) of the actual costs 





Total capital cost of each district, Provincial 

Government grant received and applied 

thereagainst, and the balance representing 

the investment by the Commission 


Costofpower 

delivered to 

districts as 

shown in 

"cost of 

power" table 

preceding 




Rural power district 


Cost of 
operation 




Total 
capital cost 


Government 
grant 


Commission's 
investment 


maintenance 
and admin- 
istration 


Acton R.P.D 

Ailsa Craig R.P.D 

Alvinston R.P.D 

Amherstburg R.P.D. 
Aylmer R.P.D 

Ayr R.P.D 


$ c. 

16,097.45 

9,527.00 

5,607.16 

146,232.17 

*205,528.01 

*42,917.62 
*182,275.47 

379,920.81 

88,489.26 

*112,266.59 

365,741.09 
*62,332.01 

83,802.71 
*242,340.94 

55,610.71 

100,819.31 
212,686.71 
269,930.02 
63,383.33 
128,915.26 

*239,175.09 

*210.954.08 

36,290.42 

*107,578.82 

258,398.10 

47,023.91 
76,029.47 
36,076.70 
87,411.22 
*143,734.31 

*152,576.41 
*65,006.82 

84,288.81 
106,791.89 

77,030.13 

145,256.76 
195,830.77 
*122,114.94 
*33,001.21 
141,760.37 

300,764.29 
109,601.79 
175,223.31 
*303,532.75 
122,951.70 


$ c. 

8,048.72 

4,763.50 

2,803.58 

73,030.58 

101,056.45 

21,423.33 
90,770.43 
184,007.86 
44,168.47 
55,059.90 

182,870.55 
30,612.64 
41,901.35 

120,050.66 
27,805.35 

50,409.66 

106,097.43 

134,663.83 

31,688.79 

63,399.33 

118,583.83. 

104,169.75 
18,145.21 
53,003.63 

125,738.76 

23,511.96 
38,014.74 
18,038.35 
43,486.70 
70,893.38 

75,556.53 
31,756.33 
42,144.41 
53,395.94 
38,249.36 

70,248.38 
97,888.95 
59,066.91 
16,220.45 
70,880.19 

150,382.15 
54,597.46 
85,034.21 

149,605.91 
61,475.85 


$ c. 

8,048.73 

4,763.50 

2,803.58 

73,201.59 

104,471.56 

21,494.29 
91,505.04 
195,912.95 
44,320.79 
57,206.69 

182,870.54 
31,719.37 
41,901.36 

122,290.28 
27,805.36 

50,409.65 

106,589.28 

135,266.19 

31,694.54 

65,515.93 

120,591.26 

106,784.33 

18,145.21 

54,575.19 

132,659.34 

23,511.95 
38,014.73 
18,038.35 
43,924.52 
72,840.93 

77,019.88 
33,250.49 
42,144.40 
53,395.95 

38,780.77 

75,008.38 
97,941.82 
63,048.03 
16,780.76 
70,880.18 

150,382.14 
55,004.33 
90,189.10 

153,926.84 
61,475.85 


$ c. 
333.32 
249.88 
213.49 
18,989.60 
9,061.93 

1,349.70 

12,431.17 

32,117.07 

6,816.25 

4,747.57 

34,044.31 
7,352.66 
4,393.34 

14,758.02 
2,160.53 

5,285.56 
9,506.70 
13,261.02 
2,490.37 
5,355.75 

9,023.49 

10,055.72 

1,455.94 

3,487.16 

16,604.32 

1,633.69 
4,891.29 
2,816.65 
3,452.82 
6,693.81 

10,955.62 
1,815.72 
6,373.79 
4,330.38 
4,529.27 

16,003.28 
12,860.45 

7,788.52 

704.57 

13,788.35 

13,216.68 

8,334.74 

19,386.47 

20,729.22 

5,218.28 


$ c. 

430.53 

223.23 

83.53 

4,792.21 

5,870.90 

1,536.11 


Baden R.P.D 

Beamsville R.P.D 

Belle River R.P.D 

Blenheim R.P.D 

Bond Lake R.P.D 

Bothwell R.P.D. 


4,973.05 

14,986.40 

3,556.46 

3,640.48 

14,720.78 
2,868.69 


Brampton R.P.D 

Brant R.P.D 


2,698.42 
8,075.38 


Brigden R.P.D 

Burford R.P.D 


1,234.73 

2,834.28 


Caledonia R.P.D 

Chatham R.P.D 

Chippawa R.P.D 

Clinton R.P.D 

Delaware R.P.D 

Dorchester R.P.D 

Dresden R.P.D 

Drumbo R.P.D 

Dundas R.P.D 

Dunnville R.P.D 

Dutton R.P.D 

Elmira R.P.D 


6,394.46 
8,732.53 
2,385.12 
4,211.29 

7,133.19 
6,811.45 
706.86 
3,688.02 
7,243.95 

1,259.58 
3,523.61 

1,275.08 


Elora R.P.D 


4,116.93 


Essex R.P.D 


4,304.96 


Exeter R.P.D 


6,804.73 


Forest R.P.D 

Gait R.P.D 


2,306.76 
3,110.63 


Georgetown R.P.D.... 
Goderich R.P.D 

Grantham R.P.D 

Guelph R.P.D 


3,121.26 
2,385.83 

8,384.86 
6,983.33 


Haldimand R.P.D 

Harriston R.P.D 

Harrow R.P.D 

Ingersoll R.P.D 

Jordan R.P.D. . 


4,414.86 
1,120.42 
5,379.21 

7,677.85 
5,009.23 


Keswick R.P.D 

Kingsville R.P.D 

Listowel R.P.D 


6,868.39 

10,999.60 

4,626.59 


Note — Items marl 


zed * include po 


rtions of trans 


^mission lines 


aggregating i 


£45,249.91 



used for purposes of rural power districts. 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



187 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS N.— RURAL OPERATING 

District, the revenue collected from (or charged to) customers within each District, 
to the Municipalities comprising certain other Districts upon ascertainment 
in the year ending October 31, 1935 



Amounts remaining 
to be credited to 

certain districts or 
charged to the 
municipalities 

comprising certain 
other districts 



Distribution costs and fixed charges 



Interest 



Renewals 



Obsoles- 
cence 
and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Total 
cost 



Revenue 

from 

power 

and light 

customers 

in each 

district 



Credited Charged 



$ c. 
349.95 
211.13 
124.43 
3,225.37 
4,510.24 

947.13 
3,953.93 

8,486.73 
1,955.74 
2,501.68 

7,913.41 
1,399.55 
1,835.11 
5,312.95 
1,216.11 

2,194.54 
4,613.17 
5,837.11 
1,360.00 

2,886.98 

5,271.03 
4,672.79 
804.54 
2,353.64 
5,769.34 

1,018.49 

1,676.47 

792.40 

1,921.79 

3,188.47 

3,373.46 
1,423.06 
1,836.12 
2,354.33 
1,675.37 

3,256.77 
4,230.73 
2,694.32 
740.49 
3,107.23 

6,599.05 
2,362.22 
3,920.66 
6,693.28 
2,706.96 



$ c. 
315.38 
190.27 
112.14 
2,903.36 
3,996.44 

852.16 
3,548.88 
7,282.34 
1,759.52 
2,211.64 

7,131.76 
1,239.17 
1,653.84 
4,743.37 
1,095.99 

1,977.77 
4,147.67 
5,248.50 
1,225.55 
2,560.91 

4,710.44 
4,158.93 
725.07 
2,089.72 
4,933.05 

917.89 
1,510.88 

714.13 
1,723.21 
2,834.57 

3,010.98 
1,252.62 
1,654.76 
2,121.78 
1,499.25 

2,744.68 
3,811.78 
2,348.56 
656.14 
2,800.31 

5,947.22 
2,120.75 
3,430.30 
5,936.83 
2,439.58 



$ c 

157.69 

95.14 

56.07 

1,451.68 

1,998.22 

426.08 
1,774.44 
3,641.17 

879.75 
1,105.83 

3,565.88 
619.59 
826.92 

2,371.69 
547.99 

988.89 
2,073.82 
2,624.24 

612.78 
1,280.46 

2,355.22 
2,079.47 
362.54 
1,044.86 
2,466.53 

458.94 
755.44 
357.07 
861.61 
1,417.29 

1,505.49 
626.31 
827.38 

1,060.89 
749.61 

1,372.34 
1,905.89 
1,174.27 
328.07 
1,400.15 

2,973.61 
1,060.38 
1,715.15 
2,968.42 
1,219.79 



$ c. 
83.02 
50.09 
29.52 

765.21 
1,070.04 

224.71 
938.05 
2,013.45 
463.99 
593.51 

1,877.43 
332.04 
435.37 

1,260.48 

288.52 

520.65 

1,094.46 

1,384.83 

322.66 

684.93 

1,250.55 

1,108.60 

190.87 

558.39 

1,368.75 

241.63 
397.74 
187.99 
455.94 
756.46 

800.35 
337.62 
435.62 
558.56 
397.48 

772.66 
1,003.73 
639.22 
175.68 
737.18 

1,565.61 
560.43 
930.17 

1,587.96 
642.22 



1,669.89 

1,019.74 

619.18 

32,127.43 

26,507.77 

5,335.89 
27,619.52 
68,527.16 
15,431.71 
14,800.71 

69,253.57 
13,811.70 
11,843.00 
36,521.89 
6,543.87 

13,801.69 
27,830.28 
37,088.23 
8,396.48 
16,980.32 

29,743.92 

28,886.96 

4,245.82 

13,221.79 

38,385.94 

5,530.22 
12,755.43 

6,143.32 
12,532.30 
19,195.56 

26,450.63 
7,762.09 
14,238.30 
13,547.20 
11,236.81 

32,534.59 
30,795.91 
19,059.75 
3,725.37 
27,212.43 

37,980.02 
19,447.75 
36,251.14 
48,915.31 
16,853.42 



$ c. 

1,483.75 

878.77 

451.75 

34,017.92 

30,687.95 

4,481.68 
24,643.14 
75,740.24 
16,852.94 
17,016.96 

71,069.34 
14,331.59 

9,931.23 
33,554.50 

5,418.93 

13,551.17 
26,574.51 

38,779.85 

8,072.74 

15,573.60 

31,034.64 
30,510.32 
4,204.11 
12,239.63 
40,424.75 

3,833.25 
10,471.37 

5,697.37 
10,702.42 
21,658.36 

27,934.70 

7,217.44 

13,013.43 

12,419.35 

9,048.75 

33,751.90 
27,440.78 
15,376.04 
2,971.03 
30,505.12 

34,362.66 
17,364.82 
33,094.50 
53,071.62 
15,733.83 



$ 



1,890.49 
4,180.18 



7,213.08 
1,421.23 
2,216.25 

1,815.77 
519.89 



1,691.62 



1,290.72 
1,623.36 



2,038.81 



2,462.80 
1,484.07 



1,217.31 



3,292.69 



4,156.31 



$ c. 
186.14 
140.97 
167.43 



854.21 
2,976.38 



1,911.77 
2,967.39 
1,124.94 

250.52 

1,255.77 



323.74 

1,406.72 



41.71 
982.16 



1,696.97 

2,284.06 

445.95 

1,829.88 



544.65 

1,224.87 
1,127.85 
2,188.06 



3,355.13 

3,683.71 

754.34 



3,617.36 
2,082.93 
3,156.64 



1,119.59 



Note — For townships included in rural power districts see 
preceding. 



'Cost of Power" statement 



188 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 
and the amounts remaining to be credited to certain Districts or charged 

(by annual adjustment) of the actual costs 



Rural power district 



Total capital cost of each district, Provincial 

Government grant received and applied 

thereagainst, and the balance representing 

the investment by the Commission 



Total 
capital cost 



Government 
grant 



Commission's 
investment 



Costofpower 

delivered to 

districts as 

shown in 

"cost of 

power" table 

preceding 



Cost of 
operation 
maintenance 
and admin- 
istration 



London R.P.D 

Lucan R.P.D 

Lvnden R.P.D 

Markham R.P.D 

Merlin R.P.D 

Milton R.P.D 

Milverton R.P.D 

Mitchell R.P.D 

Newmarket R.P.D 

Niagara R.P.D 

Norwich R.P.D 

Oil Springs R.P.D 

Palmerston R.P.D 

Petrolia R.P.D 

Preston R.P.D 

Ridgetown R.P.D 

St. Jacobs R.P.D 

St. Marys R.P.D 

St. Thomas R.P.D 

Saltfleet R.P.D 

Sandwich R.P.D 

Sarnia R.P.D 

Scarboro R.P.D 

Seaforth R.P.D 

Simcoe R.P.D 

Stamford R.P.D 

Stratford R.P.D 

Strathroy R.P.D 

Streetsville R.P.D 

Tavistock R.P.D 

Thamesville R.P.D. 

Tilbury R.P.D 

Tillsonburg R.P.D 

Wallaceburg R.P.D. 
Walsingham R.P.D. 

Walton R.P.D 

Waterdown R.P.D 

Waterford R.P.D 

Watford R.P.D 

Welland R.P.D 

Woodbridge R.P.D 

Woodstock R.P.D 

Total capital 

Non-operating capital 

Grand totals 



$ 

*480,003 
*67,800 
104,539 

^264,037 



150,418.49 

117,767. 97 

67,461.08 

112,953.42 

131,931.28 

134,428. 97 

196,053.27 

30,145.46 

*62,186.36 

*26,566.61 

'=354,630. 07 

207,548.10 
111,734.16 
204,332.27 
322,920.46 

308,288.21 



346,623 
^223,247 
220,801 
31,554 
141,223 



41,370.86 

67,119.43 

105,701.28 

194,222.57 

141,553.89 

110,018.20 
126,722.60 

217,814.28 
169,152.15 

*228,248.87 

*84,135.36 
238,716.30 
125,297.79 
24,114.02 
682,357.69 

*375,265.36 
235,772.20 



$ c. 

239,415.42 
33,698.88 
51,827.28 

131,869.82 
75,209.24 

58,879.34 
33,730.54 
56,476.71 
65,965.64 
66,868.94 

95,918.97 
15,072.73 
30,672.96 
12,729.94 
176,150.73 

103,774.05 
55,581.35 
102,166.14 
160,766.48 
151,304.60 

173,306.88 

109,452.44 

110,400.88 

15,159.30 

70,441.31 

20,685.43 
33,298.86 
52,673.87 
97,111.29 
70,760.54 

54,757.61 
62,633.99 

108,907.14 

84,192.10 

113,845.92 

40,283.00 

109,004.99 

62,648.89 

12,057.01 

336,819.15 

186,684.37 
117,886.10 



13,739,608.73 
30,362.46 



6,805,812.58 
15,152.72 



13,769,971.19 



6,820,965.30 



$ c. 

240,588.41 
34,101.71 
52,712.19 

132,168.03 
75,209.25 

58,888.63 
33,730.54 
56,476.71 
65,965.64 
67,560.03 

100,134.30 
15,072.73 
31,513.40 
13,836.67 

178,479.34 

103,774.05 
56,152.81 
102,166.13 
162,153.98 
156,983.61 

173,316.30 

113,795.19 

110,400.89 

16,395.18 

70,781.89 

20,685.43 
33,820.57 
53,027.41 
97,111.28 
70,793.35 

55,260.59 
64,088.61 

108,907.14 
84,960.05 

114,402.95 

43,852.36 

129,711.31 

62,648.90 

12,057.01 

345,538.54 

188,580.99 
117,886.10 



6,933,796.15 
15,209.74 



6,949,005.89 



$ c. 

50,288.80 
1,856.55 
5,256.36 

15,007.49 
7,095.60 

5,737.22 
2,593.55 
6,564.69 

8,176.28 
12,064.19 

8,858.05 
1,560.54 
1,845.69 
1,076.66 
26,128.31 

11,147.99 

7,221.88 

8,155.24 

19,954.62 

28,259.25 

28,739.19 

18,790.69 

11,600.82 

2,134.98 

7,372.32 

4,481.75 
4,734.14 
3,799.33 
10,508.58 
5,721.00 

3,604.43 
5,790.77 
11,086.89 
7,513.34 
8,594.12 

3,785.95 
21,272.55 

6,387.17 

894.92 

31,419.00 

17,037.88 
16,764.96 



851,952.21 



$ c. 
20,382.74 
1,304.25 
2,988.29 
7,506.15 
2,870.61 



3,315 
2,680 
4,271 
4,942 

4,808 



6,710.84 
1,318.54 
2,075.33 
1,056.52 
9,711.49 

6,645.74 

4,413.28 

5,736.46 

11,816.93 

13,593.18 

19,215.29 

10,416.38 

6,232.73 

1,696.19 

4,117.10 

3,857.30 
2,790.37 
2,448.71 
5,268.73 
3,579.26 



3,595, 

2,787, 
6,177, 
5,794, 

5,558, 



3,604.88 

9,646.38 

3,104.77 

563.32 

22,906.72 

10,474.79 
8,631.45 



474,122.83 



Note — Items marked * include portions of transmission lines aggregating $45,249.91 
used for purposes of rural power districts. 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



189 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS N— RURAL OPERATING 

District, the revenue collected from (or charged to) customers within each District, 
to the Municipalities comprising certain other Districts upon ascertainment 
in the year ending October 31, 1935 



Distribution costs and fixed charges 


Total 
cost 


Revenue 

from 

power 

and light 

customers 

in each 

district 


Amounts remaining 
to be credited to 


Interest 


Renewals 


Obsoles- 
cence 
and 
contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


certain districts or 
charged to the 
municipalities 

comprising certain 
other districts 




Credited Charged 



$ c. 
10,519.74 
1,351.48 
2,235.39 
5,551.17 
3,268.56 

2,589.88 
1,489.25 
2,487.21 
2,896.99 
2,942.24 

4,344.06 
663.10 

1,380.06 
611.44 

7,662.92 

4,572.39 
2,445.31 

4,487.98 
7,087.70 
6,808.51 

7,610.94 
4,958.59 
4,752.52 

710.88 
3,054.47 

911.96 

1,487.83 
2,325.71 
4,252.65 

2,893.18 



416.96 
575.39 
695.17 
560.04 



4,570.94 

1,873.00 

5,354.84 

2,728.93 

532.27 

15,098.73 

8,056.14 
5,176.21 



9,457 
1,209 
1,996 
4,998 



2,945.70 

2,333.87 
1,342.15 
2,241.53 
2,610.84 
2,637.80 

3,830.66 
597.60 

1,226.94 
528.91 

6,859.43 

4,120.75 
2,192.35 
4,044.68 
6,359.86 
5,918.41 

6,859.06 
4,381.95 
4,283.09 
615.95 
2,745.95 

821.88 
1,330.44 
2,088.92 
3,832.59 
2,606.91 

2,168.16 
2,291.91 
4,231.40 
3,193.04 
4,108.30 

1,617.18 

4,003.79 

2,459.38 

479.69 

13,337.76 

7,222.57 
4,664.93 



$ c. 

4,728.63 

604.97 

998.44 

2,499.02 

1,472.85 

1,166.94 
671.07 
1,120.77 
1,305.42 
1,318.90 

1,915.33 

298.80 

613.47 

264.45 

3,429.72 

2,060.38 
1,096.17 
2,022.34 
3,179.93 
2,959.21 

3,429.53 
2,190.98 
2,141.54 
307.98 
1,372.98 

410.94 

665.22 

1,044.46 

1,916.29 

1,303.46 

1,084.08 
1,145.96 
2,115.70 
1,596.52 
2,054.15 

808.58 
2,001.89 
1,229.69 

239.85 
6,668.88 

3,611.28 
2,332.46 



$ c. 
2,495.78 

320.64 

530.35 
1,317.00 

775.46 

614.44 
353.32 

590.08 
687.30 
698.04 

1,030.62 
157.32 
327.42 
145.07 

1,818.00 

1,084.79 
580.15 
1,064.76 
1,681.54 
1,615.30 

1,805.68 
1,176.41 

1,127.52 
168.65 
724.67 

216.36 
352.98 
551.77 
1,008.93 
686.40 

573.42 
611.01 

1,113.92 
844.61 

1,084.44 

444.36 

1,270.42 

647.43 

126.28 

3,582.13 

1,911.29 

1,228.04 



$ c. 
97,872.97 
6,647.82 
14,005.72 
36,878.87 
18,428.78 

15,757.93 
9,130.23 
17,275.35 
20,619.38 
24,469.56 

26,689.56 
4,595.90 
7,468.91 
3,683.05 

55,609.87 

29,632.04 
17,949.14 
25,511.46 
50,080.58 
59,153.86 

67,659.69 

41,915.00 

30,138.22 

5,634.63 

19,387.49 

10,700.19 
11,360.98 
12,258.90 

26,787.77 
16,790.21 

13,442.15 
15,202.58 
29,420.99 
22,502.47 
25,970.35 

12,133.95 
43,549.87 
16,557.37 
2,836.33 
93,013.22 

48,313.95 
38.798.05 



$ c. 
96,937.41 
6,495.56 
13,055.95 
41,232.97 
18,131.59 

15,554.43 
8,024.25 
16,684.96 
20,455.58 
26,016.78 

26,158.88 
5,200.51 
5,309.99 
3,667.85 

56,282.45 

29,445. 
17,353.83 

21,877.52 
48,201.62 
67,082.74 

71,770.24 
46,759.95 
38,310.34 

4,948.88 
18,834.47 

11,743.21 
11,664.99 
11,749.03 
24,700.05 
16,223.08 

13,065.67 
16,109.89 
28,775.11 
22,530.08 
25,840.90 

11,879.95 
50,962.00 
17,247.94 
3,050.13 
96,614.67 

52,969.60 
37,431.37 



4,354.10 



1,547.22 



604.61 



672.58 



7,928.88 

4,110.55 

4,844.95 
8,172.12 



1,043.02 
304.01 



907.31 



27.61 



7,412.13 
690.57 
213.80 

3,601.45 

4,655.65 



$ c. 
935.56 
152.26 
949.77 



297.19 

203.50 

1,105.98 

590.39 

163.80 



530.68 



2,158.92 
15.20 



186.05 

595.31 

3,633.94 

1,878.96 



685.75 
553.02 



509.87 

2,087.72 

567.13 

376.48 



645.88 
129.45 
254.00 



1,366.68 



300,271.00 267,088.56 133,544.28 71,238.47 2,098,217.35 2,123,547.16 89,605.14 64,275.33 



Note — For townships included in rural power districts see "Cost of Power" statement 
preceding. 



190 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ending October 31, 1935, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 



Date 

commenced 

operating 



Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1934 



Credit Charge 



Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 



Credited Charged 



Acton 

Agin court 

Ailsa Craig 

Alvinston 

Amherstburg... 

Ancaster twp.. 

Arkona 

Aylmer 

Ayr 

Baden 

Beachville 

Belle River 

Blenheim 

Blyth 

Bolton 

Bothwell 

Brampton 

Brantford 

Brantford twp 
Bridgeport 

Brigden 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville 

Caledonia 

Campbellville. 

Cayuga 

Chatham 

Chippawa 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Comber 

Cottam 

Courtright 

Dashwood 

Delaware 

Dorchester 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Drumbo 

Dublin 

Dundas 

Dunnville 

Dutton 

East Windsor. 



Jan. 


1913 


Nov. 


1922 


Jan. 
April 


1916 
1922 


Nov. 


1925 


May 


1923 


Dec. 
Mar. 


1926 
1918 


Jan. 


1915 


May 


1912 


Aug. 


1912 


Dec. 


1922 


Nov. 


1915 


July 


1924 


Feb. 


1915 


Sept. 


1915 


Nov. 


1911 


Feb. 
May 


1914 

1924 


Mar. 


1928 


Jan. 


1918 


July 


1924 


June 


1915 


Nov. 


1916 


Oct. 


1912 


Jan. 


1925 


Nov. 


1924 


Feb. 


1915 


Sept. 


1919 


May 


1924 


Mar. 


1914 


May 


1915 


Nov. 


1926 


Dec. 


1923 


Sept. 


1917 


Mar. 
Dec. 


1915 
1914 


Mar. 


1918 


April 


1915 


Dec. 


1914 


Oct. 


1917 


Jan. 


1911 


June 


1918 


Sept. 


1915 


Nov. 


1922 



$ c. 

1,008.44 

151.90 



1,334.37 
118.23 



542.19 

67.75 

313.34 

227.68 
158.14 
313.69 
305.39 
67.54 

53.71 
1,946.62 



243.55 



468.67 
355.72 



189.22 



1,633.07 

''205.15 

167.41 
332.22 



160.36 

2.08 



210.73 
903.01 



565.30 

1,074.19 

342.76 



156.58 
183.30 



130.09 



6,175.14 

""121.08 

4.80 



206.90 



112.87 
368.84 



176.27 



130.10 



127.16 
168.53 



8.29 
644.54 



540.14 



156.58 
5,883.80 



130.09 



4.08 
175.14 



121.08 
4.80 



206.90 



112.87 
368.84 



176.27 



130.10 



127.16 
168.53 



8.29 



540.14 



$ c. 

1,008.44 

151.90 



3,368.12 
1,334.37 

118.23 



542.19 

67.75 

313.34 

227.68 
158.14 
313.69 
305.39 
67.54 

57.79 

1,946.62 



243.55 



468.67 
355.72 



189.22 



1,633.07 

"205.15 

167.41 
332.22 



160.36 
2.08 



210.73 
903.01 



565.30 

1,074.19 

342.76 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



191 



SYSTEM 



N.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1934, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1935 



Interest at 4 % per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1935 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1935 


Credited 


| Charged 


Credited Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 
16.58 


$ c. 


$ c. 

2,538.24 

478.24 

435.80 

1,581.91 

1,239.75 


$ c. 


$ c. 

2,554.82 

480.97 

432.78 

4,120.87 

1,261.25 


$ c. 


2.73 








3.02 






206.58 






21.50 








1.98 




121.02 


119.04 




2.23 


355.19 

1,280.26 

590.79 

173.85 

608.73 
266.19 
678.29 
529.51 
393.18 

279.49 
3,159.39 


352.96 

1,290.00 

591.90 

178.93 

612.82 
269.03 
683.93 
534.27 
394.22 

280.48 
3,191.39 




9.74 






1.11 








5.08 








4.09 








2.84 








5.64 








4.76 








1.04 








0.99 








32.00 










100.16 


3,730.10 


3,830.26 


4.00 


424.40 
185.57 

346.89 
699.01 
176.76 
55.98 
413.89 

76.60 

63.84 

3,765.11 


428.40 
183.53 

346.81 
707.71 
183.62 
49.11 
416.94 

74.74 

54.54 

3,791.78 






2.04 
0.08 












8.70 






6.86 










6.87 






3.05 








1.86 
9.30 












26.67 








2.86 


236.62 


239.48 


3.19 


430.61 

713.45 
929.68 
88.27 
309.60 
470.10 


433.80 

716.20 
935.10 
86.26 
311.73 
470.14 




2.75 








5.42 










2.01 






2.13 






0.04 










2.27 
3.16 


87.06 


89.33 




259.01 

633.29 

1,071.01 

324.30 

39.81 

1,134.64 

1,982.66 

404.55 

1,881.19 


255.85 
636.75 

1,085.75 
324.16 




3.46 






14.74 










0.14 

25.78 










630.51 


10.16 




1,144.80 

2,002.55 

410.00 

1,872.49 




19.89 








5.45 










8.70 













192 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ending October 31, 1935, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 



Date 

commenced 
operating 



Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1934 



Credit 



Charge 



Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 



Credited Charged 



Elmira 

Elora 

Embro 

Erieau 

Erie Beach 

Essex 

Etobicoke twp 

Exeter 

Fergus 

Fonthill 

Forest 

Gait 

Georgetown 

Glencoe 

Goderich 

Granton 

Guelph 

Hagersville 

Hamilton 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hensall 

Hespeler 

Highgate 

Humberstone 

Ingersoll 

Jarvis 

Kingsville 

Kitchener 

Lambeth 

La Salle 

Leamington 

Listowel 

London 

London Railway Commission 

London twp 

Long Branch 

Lucan 

Lynden 

Markham 

Merlin 

Merritton 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mimico 



Nov. 1913 

Nov. 1914 

Jan. 1915 

July 1924 

July 1925 

Nov. 1923 

Aug. 1917 

June 1916 

Nov. 1914 

June 1926 

Mar. 1917 

May 1911 

Sept. 1913 

Aug. 1920 

Feb. 1914 



July 
Dec. 
Sept. 
Feb. 
July 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Dec. 

Oct. 

May 
Feb. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

April 

Nov. 
Nov. 
June 
Jan. 
Aug. 

Jan. 
Jan. 
Feb. 

Nov. 
April 

Dec. 

Nov. 
April 
June 
May 



1916 
1910 
1913 
1911 
1916 

1923 
1917 
1911 
1916 
1924 

1911 
1924 
1923 
1911 
1915 

1925 
1923 
1916 
1911 
1914 

1925 
1931 
1915 
1915 
1920 

1922 
1920 
1913 
1916 
1912 



c. 



531.74 
245.19 



158.19 
1,178.27 



476.46 
496.44 



1,851.17 
209.15 
270.51 



2,159.68 
215.40 



657.90 
330.93 



661.16 
143.19 
129.46 



68.72 



1,054.61 



42.62 
719.64 



222.58 
359.29 

94.69 

187.19 



$ c 
244.95 
539.67 



50.34 



362.40 
145.55 



6,434.28 



221.93 



55,409.13 



35.19 



5,956.62 
420.74 
229.58 

3,114.12 



348.99 
1,150.51 



23,750.54 

7,497.85 



136.49 



2,595.12 
144.11 



618.75 



$ c. 
244.95 
549.32 



50.34 



362.40 
145.55 



6,434.28 



221.93 



55,409.13 



35.19 



193.59 

420.74 

229.58 

3,114.12 



348.99 
1,150.51 



23,750.54 
7,159.32 



136.49 



3.23 

2,595.12 

144.11 



618.75 



$ 



9.65 
531.74 
245.19 



158.19 

1,178.27 



476.46 
496.44 



1,851.17 
209.15 
270.51 



2,159.68 
215.40 



657.90 
330.93 



661.16 
143.19 
129.46 



68.72 



1,054.61 



42.62 
719.64 



222.58 
359.29 

97.92 
187.19 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



193 



SYSTEM 



N.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1934, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1935 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 



Credited 



Charged 



Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1935 



Credited 



Charged 



Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1935 



Credit 



Charge 



$ c. 


$ c. 

3.95 

10.23 


$ c. 
2,168.06 
544.30 
453.92 
500.47 
133.78 

596.81 


$ c. 


$ c. 
2,164.11 
534.07 
461.95 
504.59 
132.67 

599.65 


$ c. 








8.03 






4.12 










1.11 






2.84 






19.37 




24.99 


5.62 




5.92 
2.36 


903.53 
2,953.90 

273.17 

1,431.29 


897.61 

2,951.54 

281.11 

1,439.18 










7.94 






7.89 










92.37 


4,016.77 


4,109.14 


33.27 


3,470.07 
931.72 
336.89 

61.68 

5,073.34 

196.04 


3,503.34 
935.16 
341.25 

57.89 

5,112.16 

200.03 




3.44 








4.36 










3.79 






38.82 






3.99 










862.26 


39,882.21 


40,744.47 


11.82 


1,122.05 

791.91 

1,054.02 

1,743.54 

157.33 

277.96 


1,133.87 

797.35 

1,053.45 

1,755.42 

159.61 

280.09 




5.44 










0.57 






11.88 






2.28 








2.13 










233.86 

6.92 

4.13 

62.79 


750.16 
72.32 


6,747.05 








79.24 




401.78 


397.65 






3,884.81 


3,947.60 


1.27 


126.82 


128.09 






6.62 

17.78 


86.03 


92.65 




354.61 
1,934.88 


336.83 
1,952.45 




17.57 








395.62 
201.84 


25,232.88 
4,839.63 


25,628.50 








5,380.00 


0.71 


511.07 

1,011.16 

253.78 

608.98 

2,012.93 

502.16 


511.78 

1,022.99 

251.60 

613.10 

2,019.54 

503.92 


11.83 










2.18 






4.12 






6.61 








1.76 










42.66 
2.34 


2,660.78 


2,703.44 




55.81 
355.34 


53.47 
358.46 


3.12 








13.02 


1,151.94 


1,164.96 











7— H.E. 



194 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ending October 31, 1935, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1934 


Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 




Credit 


Charge 


Credited 


Charged 


Mitchell 


Sept. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 

Feb. 
Dec. 
Aug. 
May 
Feb. 

Feb. 
July 
Feb. 
May 
May 

Dec. 
Nov. 
Mar. 
Aug. 
Nov. 

Dec. 

Nov. 
April 
Jan. 
Jan. 

Mar. 
June 
Dec. 
Nov. 
Sept. 

Feb. 
April 
Nov. 
Sept. 
Sept. 

May 
April 
Feb. 
Dec. 
Aug. 

Nov. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Nov. 
Sept. 


1911 
1918 
1915 
1921 
1911 

1914 
1915 
1919 
1912 
1918 

1916 
1916 
1914 
1920 
1916 

1914 
1916 
1920 
1912 
1912 

1921 
1926 
1912 
1911 
1915 

1921 
1925 
1915 
1922 
1913 

1917 
1914 
1922 
1915 
1917 

1911 
1911 
1924 
1916 
1918 

1911 
1915 
1917 
1916 
1923 


$ c. 


$ c. 
561.07 


$ c. 

561.07 

5.34 


$ c. 


Moorefield 


50.71 

75.80 

98.70 

426.58 

6,604.15 


56.05 


Mount Brydges . 




75.80 


Newbury . 






98.70 


New Hamburg 






426.58 


New Toronto 






6,604.15 


Niagara Falls 


40,461.67 


19,152.51 




Niagara-on-the-Lake 


777.60 


777.60 


Norwich. . 


370.00 


370.00 




Oil Springs 


208.32 


208.32 


Otterville 


157.31 


157.31 




Palmerston 


890.86 


890.86 


Paris 


565.45 
245.01 


565.45 
245.01 




Parkhill 






Petrolia 


1,933.00 

58.75 

1,977.74 

934.16 

515.19 

157.94 

871.34 

207.31 

1,232.41 


1,933.00 


Plattsville 






58.75 


Point Edward. .. 






1,977.74 


Port Colborne. . , 






934.16 


Port Credit 






515.19 


Port Dalhousie 






157.94 


Port Dover 






871.34 


Port Rowan 




3,717.18 


3,924.49 


Port Stanley 




1,232.41 


Preston 


1,729.99 


1,729.99 




Princeton 


226.72 

85.21 
320.37 

21.32 
645.15 
233.98 


226.72 


Queenston. .. 






85.21 


Richmond Hill 






320.37 


Ridgetown 






21.32 


Riverside 






645.15 


Rockwood 






233.98 


Rodney 


557.73 
6,316.28 


557.73 
6,316.28 




St. Catharines 






St. Clair Beach 


85.49 
520.37 


85.49 


St. George 






520.37 


St. Jacobs 


120.47 


120.47 




St. Marys 


1,009.07 


1,009.07 


St. Thomas 


2,230.82 
....927.83 


2,230.82 
927.83 




Sandwich 






Sarnia 


8,738.47 
2,682.07 

129.71 
1,947.99 


8,738.47 


Scarboro twp. 






2,682.07 


Seaforth 






129.71 


Simcoe 






1,947.99 


Springfield 


235.49 

1,877.10 

10.98 


235.49 




Stamford twp 






Stouffville 




10.98 











1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



195 



SYSTEM 



N.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1934, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1935 



Interest at 4 % per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1935 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1935 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ G. 


$ c. 
8.92 


$ c. 


$ c. 
465.26 


$ c. 


$ c. 
474.18 


0.79 


142.10 

239.08 

195.30 

53.56 

9,896.38 


142.89 

240.30 

197.07 

60.39 

9,983.95 




1.22 








1.77 








6.83 








87.57 










1,167.23 


26,196.70 


48,673.09 


12.02 


516.67 

277.85 
511.28 

410.98 
1,095.44 


528.69 
271.36 
514.70 

408.17 
1,109.99 






6.49 






3.42 








2.81 






14.55 








9.91 

5.77 ' 


569.92 


579.83 




906.30 

2,753.88 

539.98 

4,774.04 

1,301.67 

519.84 

286.68 

1,361.80 

768.46 

1,783.61 


900.53 

2,785.66 

541.07 

4,806.33 

1,317.03 

528.65 

289.31 

1,378.28 

879.93 

1,809.56 




31.78 






1.09 








32.29 








15.36 








8.81 








2.63 








16.48 






- 


111.47 








25.95 










28.82 


1,399.25 


1,428.07 


4.17 


906.59 

148.18 
476.59 
547.94 
1,142.00 
471.16 


910.76 

149.64 
482.49 
548.29 
1,152.39 
475.01 




1.46 








5.90 








0.35 








10.39 








3.85 










9.53 
115.68 


61.62 

5,977.78 


71.15 








6,093.46 


1.38 


227.22 
954.72 
187.02 

2,251.96 


228.60 
963.47 
185.13 

2,268.22 




8.75 










1.89 






16.26 








38.87 
15.15 


1,353.66 


1,392.53 




1,030.52 

14,636.55 

3,655.93 

431.83 

2,086.20 

380.51 


1,015.37 

14,780.20 

3,704.13 

434.16 

2,122.28 

376.54 


143.65 






48.20 








2.33 








36.08 










3.97 

75.08 

0.24 








6,191.64 


8,143.82 




672.79 


672.55 









196 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ending October 31, 1935, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 



Date 

commenced 

operating 



Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1934 



Credit 



Charge 



Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 



Credited Charged 



Stratford 

Strathroy.... 
Streetsville. 

Sutton 

Tavistock... 



Tecumseh... 
Thamesford. 
Thames ville 

Thedford 

Thorndale.... 



Thorold 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg... 

Toronto 

Toronto twp. 



Trafalgar twp.. 

Walkerville 

Wallaceburg .... 

Wardsville 

Waterdown 



Waterford. 
Waterloo... 

Watford 

Welland 

Wellesley... 



West Lome.. 

Weston 

Wheatley 

Windsor 

Woodbridge. 



Woodstock 

Wyoming 

York, East, twp... 
York, North, twp. 
Zurich 



Mimico Asylum 

Ontario Reformatory 

Prison Brick Yard 

Toronto Transportation 
Commission 



Totals municipalities. 



Rural Power District : 

Acton R.P.D 

Ailsa Craig R.P.D 

Alvinston R.P.D 



Jan. 1911 

Dec. 1914 

Dec. 1934 

Aug. 1923 

Nov. 1916 

Nov. 1922 

Feb. 1914 

Oct. 1915 

May 1922 

Mar. 1914 

Jan. 1921 

April 1915 

Aug. 1911 

June 1911 

Aug. 1913 

Mar. 1929 

Nov. 1914 

Feb. 1915 

June 1921 

Nov. 1911 



April 
Dec. 
Sept. 
Sept. 

Nov. 

Jan. 
Jan. 
Feb. 
Oct. 
Dec. 

Jan. 

Nov. 
July 
Nov. 
Sept. 

Sept. 
Sept. 



1915 
1910 
1917 
1917 
1916 

1917 
1911 
1924 
1914 
1914 

1911 
1916 
1925 
1923 
1917 

1913 
1913 



Jan. 1927 



Feb. 1928 
Sept. 1930 
June 1929 



$ c. 
3,571.67 
1,547.19 



401.85 
1,299.71 

407.36 
462.10 
487.30 
162.50 



175.96 



1,874.00 



1,253.05 

10.74 

156.86 

429.47 

903.25 

""27.80 



289.93 



82.42 
1,685.12 



22.84 



983.07 



75,827.28 



$ 



c. 



79.70 
910.70 



1,193.43 

11,808.48 



9,398.53 



3,297.68 



1,380.90 



313.89 

16.57 

112.87 

21,194.75 



2,968.75 
"958.80 



228,663.74 



213.61 
159.93 

608.58 



c. 



81.82 

911.97 

3.82 
1,193.43 

11,808.48 



9,398.53 



3,352.68 



1,380.90 



313.89 

16.57 

112.87 

21,194.75 



2,968.75 



958.80 
5.75 



208,239.32 



171.27 



$ c. 
3,571.67 
1,547.19 



401.85 
1,299.71 

407.36 
462.10 
487.30 
162.50 
2.12 

1.27 
179.78 



1,874.00 



1,253.05 

10.74 

156.86 

429.47 

55.00 

903.25 



27.80 



289.93 



82.42 
1,685.12 



22.84 
5.75 



983.07 



83,002.84 



Note — For townships included in rural power districts see "Cost of Power" statement preceding. 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



197 



SYSTEM 



N.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1934, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1935 



Interest at 4 % per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1935 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1935 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 
58.32 


$ c. 


$ c. 
4,840.45 
2,734.93 

164.27 
1,343.97 
1,649.41 

926.86 
333.47 
744.66 
433.04 
268.35 


$ c. 


$ c. 
4,898.77 
2,762.74 

164.27 
1,350.58 
1,670.20 

933.42 
340.91 
752.46 
435.62 
267.05 


$ c. 


27.81 
















6.61 








20.79 








6.56 








7.44 








7.80 








2.58 










1.30 
17.57 








200.53 


218.10 


3.25 


1,230.58 
809.48 


1,233.83 
789.60 






19.88 
212.23 . 








85,646.15 


85,858.38 


30.60 


1,359.73 


1,390.33 








1,476.57 
7,968.43 


1,476.57 




151.41 






8,119.84 


22.52 


4,175.46 
122.13 


4,197.98 
122.32 




0.19 








2.58 




29.77 


27.19 


7.72 




459.45 


467.17 






53.67 


3,506.09 


3,559.76 


14.99 


1,846.74 


1,861.73 






27.69 


2,899.17 


2,926.86 


0.45 


422.47 


422.92 






5.71 

0.36 

1.79 

445.96 


80.95 
70.71 


86.66 








71.07 




361.80 


360.01 






16,590.06 


17,036.02 


4.83 


1,069.23 


1,074.06 






45.87 


1,322.77 


1,368.64 


1.48 


317.66 
345.83 


319.14 
371.68 




25.85 










21.86 


336.63 


358.49 


0.41 


582.21 

316.35 
334.28 


582.62 

316.35 
334.28 
























30.82 


30.82 


28.87 




1,211.11 


1,239.98 












1,586.23 


4,638.46 


151,720.66 


249,151.80 


155,422.47 


283,505.82 




8.54 

6.40 

17.49 




186.14 
140.97 
167.43 




408.29 








307.30 








622.23 



198 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ending October 31, 1935, and the accumulated amount standing 



Rural power district* 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1934 


Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 




Credit 


Charge 


Credited | Charged 


Amherstburg R.P.D 


Nov. 
Nov. 

July 

Sept. 

Jan. 

Dec. 

July 

Mar. 

Dec. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

Jan. 

Dec. 
Oct. 
May 

July 
July 

Oct. 
Dec. 
May 
Aug. 
Jan. 

July 
Feb. 
June 
Jan. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

June 

Nov. 
Jan. 
Oct. 
Dec. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

May 

Mar. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

Nov. 


1923 
1922 

1926 
1922 
1923 
1922 
1924 

1924 
1923 
1923 
1922 
1927 

1926 
1925 
1922 
1922 
1928 

1922 
1921 
1928 
1922 
1922 

1928 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1924 

1922 
1926 
1922 
1924 
1925 

1924 
1925 
1925 
1929 
1923 

1922 
1922 
1924 
1923 
1926 

1922 


$ c. 
34,039.22 
16,457.64 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Aylmer R.P.D 








Ayr R.P.D 


818.83 
2,504.64 






Baden R.P.D 








Beamsville R.P.D 


47,994.06 
36,078.45 
22,055.42 

57,609.24 
5,557.83 




242.56 


Belle River R.P.D 








Blenheim R.P.D 








Bond Lake R.P.D.. . 






136 50 


Bothwell R.P.D 








Brampton R.P.D 


1,753.92 

3,228.25 
2,734.14 




274.87 


Brant R.P.D 








Brigden R.P.D 








Burford R.P.D 


2,173.04 






Caledonia R.P.D. 


994.04 






Chatham R.P.D 


19,447.21 
3,094.57 






Chippawa R.P.D 








Clinton R.P.D. 


1,702.30 




34 36 


Delaware R.P.D 


3,586.88 
222.14 






Dorchester R.P.D 








Dresden R.P.D. 


716.31 
1,751.77 






Drumbo R.P.D.. .. 








Dundas R.P.D. . 


22,851.08 






Dunnville R.P.D... 


3,407.87 
2,248.68 
2,120.84 
2,089.29 






Dutton R.P.D. 








Elmira R.P.D. 








Elora R.P.D 








Essex R.P.D 


24,092.90 

12,978.17 

425.37 

1,909.04 




54.85 


Exeter R.P.D 








Forest R.P.D 








Gait R.P.D 








Georgetown R.P.D. 


781.21 
4,294.59 

2,235.32 
6,363.22 
3,723.60 
1,866.20 






Goderich R.P.D. . 








Grantham R.P.D... 








Guelph R.P.D 








Haldimand R.P.D. ... 








Harriston R.P.D... 








Harrow R.P.D.... 


23,601.54 






Ingersoll R.P.D 


4,136.73 






Jordan R.P.D. 


10,641.23 






Keswick R.P.D. ... 


13,974.44 






Kingsville R.P.D. 


42,016.57 


21.24 




Listowel R.P.D 


2,150.85 




London R.P.D 


17,335.49 


41.99 











1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



199 



SYSTEM 



N.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1934, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1935 



Interest at 4 % per annum 
added during the year 



Credited Charged 



Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1935 



Credited 



Charged 



Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1935 



Credit 



Charge 



$ c. 
1,361.57 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,890.49 
4,180.18 


$ c. 


$ c. 
37,291.28 
21,296.13 


$ c. 


658.31 










32.75 
100.19 


854.21 
2,976.38 


1,705.79 








5,581.21 


1,911.58 


7,213.08 
1,421.23 
2,216.25 

1,815.77 
519.89 


56,876.16 
38,942.82 
25,153.89 

61,579.97 
6,300.03 




1,443.14 








882.22 








2,291.46 








222.31 










72.92 
129.13 
109.37 


1,911.77 
2,967.39 
1,124.94 

250.52 
1,255.77 


4,013.48 








6,324.77 








3,968.45 


86.92 




2,009.44 






39.76 




2,289.57 


777.89 


1,691.62 


21,916.72 
2,894.61 




123.78 




323.74 
. 1,406.72 






68.67 




3,212.05 


143.48 


1,290.72 
1,623.36 


5,021.08 
1,854.39 




8.89 










28.65 
70.07 


41.71 
982.16 


786.67 








2,804.00 


914.04 


2,038.81 


25,803.93 






136.31 
89.95 

84.83 
83.57 


1,696.97 

2,284.06 

445.95 

1,829.88 


5,241.15 








4,622.69 








2,651.62 








4,002.74 


963.53 


2,462.80 
1,484.07 


27,464.38 
14,981.37 




519.13 








17.01 




544.65 

1,224.87 
1,127.85 
2,188.06 


102.27 


76.36 






760.53 






31.25 

171.78 

89.41 
254.53 
148.94 

74.65- 




1,940.31 








6,654.43 
1,107.42 




1,217.31 






3,355.13 

3,683.71 

754.34 




9,972.88 








7,556.25 








2,695.19 


944.06 


3,292.69 


27,838.29 




165.47 


3,617.36 
2,082.93 
3,156.64 


7,919.56 


425.65 




.... 8,983.95 






558.98 




17,690.06 


1,681.02 


4,156.31 


47,875.14 




86.03 


1,119.59 
935.56 


3,356.47 


694.82 




17,136.74 











200 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ending October 31, 1935, and the accumulated amount standing 



Rural power district* 



Date 

commenced 

operating 



Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1934 



Credit 



Charge 



Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 



Credited Charged 



Lucan R.P.D 

Lynden R.P.D 

Markham R.P.D. 
Merlin R.P.D 



Milton R.P.D 

Milverton R.P.D 

Mitchell R.P.D 

Newmarket R.P.D. 
Niagara R.P.D 



Norwich R.P.D 

Oil Springs R.P.D. 
Palmerston R.P.D. 

Petrolia R.P.D 

Preston R.P.D 



Ridgetown R.P.D.. 
St. Jacobs R.P.D. 

St. Marys R.P.D 

St. Thomas R.P.D. 
Saltfleet R.P.D 



Sandwich R.P.D. 

Sarnia R.P.D 

Scarboro R.P.D. 
Seaforth R.P.D.. 
Simcoe R.P.D 



Stamford R.P.D 

Stratford R.P.D 

Strathroy R.P.D 

Streetsville R.P.D. 
Tavistock R.P.D 



Thamesville R.P.D. 

Tilbury R.P.D 

Tillsonburg R.P.D. 
Wallaceburg R.P.D. 
Walsingham R.P.D.. 



Walton R.P.D 

Waterdown R.P.D. 
Waterford R.P.D. 

Watford R.P.D 

Welland R.P.D 



Woodbridge R.P.D. 
Woodstock R.P.D. 



Totals, Rural power districts. 
Totals, Municipalities 



Grand Totals 



June 
Feb. 
Dec. 
Nov. 



1926 
1922 
1922 
1928 



Jan. 1925 

Aug. 1927 

Dec. 1925 

Mar. 1924 

Jan. 1922 

May 1925 

Dec. 1925 

Oct. 1926 

Aug. 1923 

April 1922 

Mar. 1922 

Nov. 1922 

Dec. 1927 

Aug. 1923 

Feb. 1922 



July 
June 
Dec. 

Nov. 
Nov. 

Mar. 
July 
Dec. 

Nov. 
April 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Dec. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

April 

Jan. 
Feb. 



1922 
1923 
1923 
1927 
1922 

1922 
1924 
1926 
1922 
1923 

1927 
1923 
1923 
1923 
1926 

1924 
1922 
1923 
1929 
1922 

1923 
1922 



38,897.17 



3,926.64 



2,141.22 
6,956.55 

22,206.87 

4,789.17 
3,289.82 



5,954.83 
516.95 



19,881.81 
8,340.92 

59,047.02 
19,530.17 
38,504.25 



2,640.84 
6,955.73 



8,223.22 



117.21 
6,592.53 
2,641.85 
9,439.87 
4,754.37 

1,558.10 

43,330.37 

611.34 

40.99 

29,736.34 

16,983.31 
8,739.12 



780,515.67 

75,827.28 



856,342.95 



$ c. 

36.02 

1,785.09 



1,561.51 



4,238.87 



4,128.09 
92.29 



1,706.74 

2,838.75 



1,082.41 



1,544.05 
385.08 



1,078.43 



87,056.49 
228,663.74 



315,720.23 



0.26 



2,177.07 



14.25 



2,426.08 
208,239.32 



210,665.40 



36.00 

270.22 



45.26 
184.62 



4.49 



1,283.73 
83,002.84 



84,286.57 



Note — For townships included in rural power districts see "Cost of Power" statement preceding. 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



201 



SYSTEM 



N. —CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1934, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1935 



Interest at 4 c c per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1935 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1935 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 


$ c. 

1.44 

71.40 


$ c. 


$ c. 
152.26 
949.77 


$ c. 


$ c. 
189.72 








2,806.26 


1,555.89 


4,354.10 


44,807.16 






62.46 


297.19 

203.50 

1,105.98 

590.39 

163.80 


1,921.16 


157.07 




3,880.21 






169.55 




5,514.40 


84.33 




1,599.16 

7,071.01 
24,363.14 

4,450.33 
4,026.02 




278.26 








879.27 




1,547.22 




191.58 




530.68 




131.59 




604.61 






165.12 
3.69 


2,158.92 
15.20 


6,452.13 








111.18 


238.19 


672.58 


6,865.60 
304.97 




19.33 




186.05 

595.31 

3,633.94 

1,878.96 






73.80 
113.55 




2,560.47 








6,586.24 


795.27 




18,798.12 
16,603.44 

65,519.45 
25,156.33 

48,216.54 




333.64 




7,928.88 

4,110.55 
4,844.95 
8,172.12 




2,361.88 








781.21 








1,540.17 










43.30 


685.75 
553.02 


1,811.46 


105.50 




2,188.83 
8,276.98 




278.23 




1,043.02 
304.01 






61.76 

15.40 




1,301.80 




509.87 

2,087.72 

567.13 

376.48 




910.35 


328.93 




.... 6,464.43 






43.14 




1,688.70 
254 58 


4.69 






263.70 




907.31 


7,763.54 
2,101.64 
9,845.07 
7,079.25 

1,366.42 
52,475.71 

1,326.36 

256.43 

34,541.92 

22,318.29 
7,722.00 




105.67 




645.88 




377.59 




27.61 




277.26 




129.45 
254.00 




62.32 








1,733.21 




7,412.13 
690.57 
213.80 

3,601.45 

4,655.65 




24.45 








1.64 








1,189.88 








679.33 








349.56 




1,366.68 












31,276.81 
1,586.23 


3,484.25 
4,638.46 


89,605.14 
151,720.66 


64,275.33 
249,151.80 


887,369.20 
155,422.47 


139,645.30 

283,505.82 


32,863.04 


8,122.71 


241,325.80 


313,427.13 


1,042,791.67 


423,151.12 



202 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 



SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with 

its proportionate share of other sinking funds provided out 

of other revenues of the system, and interest allowed 

thereon to October 31, 1935 



Municipality 



Period of 
years ending 
Oct. 31,1935 



Amount 



Municipality 



Period of 
years ending 
Oct. 31,1935 



Amount 



Acton 

Agincourt 

Ailsa Craig 

Alvinston 

Amherstburg.. 

Ancaster twp.. 

Arkona 

Aylmer 

Ayr 

Baden 

Beachville 

Belle River 

Blenheim 

Blyth 

Bolton 

Bothwell 

Brampton 

Brantford 

Brantford twp 
Bridgeport 

Brigden 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgess ville... 
Caledonia 

Campbellville.. 

Cayuga 

Chatham 

Chippawa 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Comber 

Cottam 

Courtright 

Dashwood 

Delaware 

Dorchester 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Drumbo 

Dublin 

Dundas 

Dunnville 

Dutton 

East Windsor.. 



18 years 

11 " 

15 " 

12 " 

18 " 

12 " 

9 " 

12 " 

16 " 

18 " 

18 " 

13 " 
15 " 
12 " 
15 " 

15 " 

19 " 

16 " 
12 " 



13 
12 
15 
14 
18 

11 
11 
15 
13 
12 

16 
15 
9 
12 
13 

15 
16 
12 
15 
16 

13 
19 
12 
15 
13 



44,796.68 
6,805.43 
11,148.92 
10,843.14 
34,523.13 

10,610.66 
3,891.23 
28,061.65 
10,014.33 
22,691.61 

28,519.48 
6,567.58 

25,665.12 
6,298.26 

12,541.24 

12,873.35 
113,992.52 
591,756.29 

20,386.32 
3,604.75 

8,440.98 
8,659.54 
9,293.09 
3,776.88 
15,119.03 

1,547.26 

6,037.63 

268,596.84 

11,744.11 

4,355.36 

32,049.85 

13,448.48 

2,584.31 

3,817.45 

5,794.50 

2,013.55 
4,992.59 
8,348.85 
21,667.93 
4,433.95 



4,028. 

97,408. 

40,252. 

13,513. 

154,123. 



Elmira 

Elora 

Embro 

Erieau 

Erie Beach 

Essex 

Etobicoke twp 

Exeter 

Fergus 

Fonthill 

Forest 

Gait 

Georgetown 

Glencoe 

Goderich 

Granton 

Guelph 

Hagersville 

Hamilton 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hensall 

Hespeler 

Highgate 

Humberstone 

Ingersoll 

Jarvis 

Kingsville 

Kitchener 

Lambeth 

La Salle 

Leamington 

Listowel 

London 

London Ry. Comm 

London twp 

Long Branch 

Lucan 

Lynden 

Markham 

Merlin 

Merritton 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mimico 



17 years 

16 " 

16 " 

12 " 

11 " 

12 " 

13 " 

14 " 

16 " 
10 " 

13 " 

19 " 

17 " 
12 " 

16 " 

14 " 

19 " 

17 " 
19 " 
14 " 

12 " 

14 " 

19 " 

14 " 
12 " 

19 " 

12 " 

12 " 

19 " 

15 " 

10 " 
12 " 

14 " 
19 " 

16 " 

11 " 
5 " 

15 " 

15 " 

12 " 

12 " 

14 " 

17 " 
14 " 

18 " 



$ c. 

55,401.65 

26,637.68 

7,855.35 

3,910.34 

962.65 

19,692.25 

122,580.85 

28,378.77 

37,243.91 

3,785.03 

21,046.64 
374,184.32 
68,202.07 
13,398.45 
84,930.94 

5,723.35 

449,329.17 

55,382.54 

2,860,870.37 

23,069.80 

14,716.78 
10,772.37 
72,490.92 
6,970.09 
12,691.16 

126,704.09 

9,777.44 

26,356.90 

861,513.41 

6,544.77 

8,857.60 

50,497.04 

50,677.46 

1,562,694.08 

98,426.62 

11,142.97 
11,322.70 
13,199.17 
9,810.42 
11,759.44 

8,484.64 
73,983.66 

72,484.58 
31,658.83 
92,975.98 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



203 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 



SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with 

its proportionate share of other sinking funds provided out 

of other revenues of the system, and interest allowed 

thereon to October 31, 1935 



Municipality 



Mitchell 

Moorefield 

Mount Brydges.... 

Newbury 

New Hamburg 

New Toronto 

Niagara Falls 

Niagara-on-the-Lake 

Norwich 

Oil Springs 

Otterville 

Palmerston 

Paris 

Parkhill 

Petrolia 

Plattsville 

Point Edward 

Port Colborne 

Port Credit 

Port Dalhousie 

Port Dover 

Port Rowan 

Port Stanley 

Preston 

Princeton 

Queenston 

Richmond Hill 

Ridgetown 

Riverside 

Rockwood 

Rodney 

St. Catharines 

St. Clair Beach... 

St. George 

St. Jacobs 

St. Marys 

St. Thomas 

Sandwich 

Sarnia 

Scarboro twp. ........ 

Seaforth 

Simcoe 

Springfield 

Stamford twp 



Period of 
years ending 
Oct. 31,1935 



19 years 

12 

15 

12 

19 

16 
15 
12 
18 
12 

14 
14 
16 
12 
14 

16 
13 
14 
18 
14 

12 
9 
18 
19 
16 

12 
11 
15 
13 

17 

13 
14 
13 
15 
13 

19 
19 
12 
14 
12 

19 
15 
13 
14 



Amount 



30,292. 

4,322. 

4,971. 

3,085. 
34,414. 

287,587. 
391,915. 

20,377. 

25,524. 

17,440. 

5,687. 
29,233. 
77,622. 
12,473. 
69,753. 

6,120. 
34,055. 
61,272. 
25,107. 
21,595. 

16,113. 

4,358. 

26,895. 

182,297. 

5,830. 

4,555. 
11,186. 
28,171. 
54,296. 

7,671. 

8,648. 
362,391. 
4,402. 
9,437. 
9,801. 

92,373. 
323,660. 
156,222. 
407,081. 
110,929. 

43,835. 

63,519. 

6,455. 

60,956. 



Municipality 



Stouffville 

Stratford 

Strathroy 

Streetsville 

Sutton 

Tavistock 

Tecumseh 

Thamesford 

Thamesville 

Thedford 

Thorndale 

Thorold 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 

Toronto.. 

Toronto twp 

Trafalgar twp 

Walkerville 

Wallaceburg 

Wardsville 

Waterdown 

Waterford 

Waterloo 

Watford 

Welland 

Wellesley 

West Lome 

Weston 

Wheatley 

Windsor 

Woodbridge 

Woodstock 

Wyoming 

York East twp 

York North twp 

Zurich 

Ont. Reformatory.... 
Toronto Trans. Com. 
Sandwich, Windsor 
Amherstburg Ry . C o . 

Mimico Asylum 

Prison Brick Yard... 



Period of 
years ending 
Oct. 31,1935 



12 years 

19 " 

16 " 

1 " 

12 " 

14 " 

13 " 
16 " 

15 " 

12 " 

16 " 

13 " 

15 " 
19 " 
19 " 

17 " 

1 " 

16 " 
15 " 

12 " 

19 " 

15 " 
19 " 

13 " 

13 " 

14 " 

14 " 

19 " 

12 " 

16 " 
16 " 

19 " 

14 " 

11 " 

12 " 

13 " 

1 " 

14 " 

13 " 

1 " 

1 " 



Amount 



$ c. 

10,073.35 

411,213.54 

57,928.75 

323.07 

9,496.45 

29,788.41 

16,640.54 

11,546.16 

11,573.87 

6,090.54 

6,044.80 

60,100.10 
30,388.08 
57,850.63 
12,696,300.68 
64,425.83 

1,249.09 

438,548.75 

124,582.56 

2,360.92 

15,899.46 

21,357.55 
173,062.02 

14,642.13 
183,617.94 

11,684.20 

18,823.10 

153,149.95 

8,239.77 

1,278,943.90 

19,690.31 

257,764.65 
5,470.06 

158,926.51 

72,706.92 

9,042.51 

789.41 
143,170.46 

127,701.37 
540.96 
412.97 



Total— Municipalities $29,157,047.90 



204 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 



SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with 

its proportionate share of other sinking funds provided out 

of other revenues of the system, and interest allowed 

thereon to October 31, 1935 



Rural power district' 



Acton R.P.D 

Ailsa Craig R.P.D 

Alvinston R.P.D 

Amherstburg R.P.D. 
Aylmer R.P.D 



Ayr R.P.D 

Baden R.P.D 

Beamsville R.P.D. 
Belle River R.P.D. 
Blenheim R.P.D. 



Bond Lake R.P.D. 
Bothwell R.P.D. 
Brampton R.P.D. 

Brant R.P.D 

Brigden R.P.D 



Burford R.P.D 

Caledonia R.P.D. 
Chatham R.P.D. 
Chippawa R.P.D. 
Clinton R.P.D 



Delaware R.P.D. 
Dorchester R.P.D. 

Dresden R.P.D 

Drumbo R.P.D 

Dundas R.P.D 

Dunnville R.P.D. 

Dutton R.P.D 

Elmira R.P.D 

Elora R.P.D 

Essex R.P.D 



Exeter R.P.D 

Forest R.P.D 

Gait R.P.D 

Georgetown R.P.D. 
Goderich R.P.D 



Grantham R.P.D. 

Guelph R.P.D 

Haldimand R.P.D. 

Harriston R.P.D 

Harrow R.P.D 

Ingersoll R.P.D 

Jordan R.P.D 

Keswick R.P.D 

Kingsville R.P.D. 
Listowel R.P.D 



London R.P.D. 
Lucan R.P.D. 



Period 
of years 

ending 

Oct. 31, 

1935 



8 years 

6 " 

7 " 

12 " 
14 " 

10 " 
14 " 

13 " 

13 " 
12 " 

12 " 

12 " 

12 " 

14 " 

9 " 

9 " 

11 " 
14 " 

14 " 



Amount 



$ 

677. 

348. 

306. 
33,698. 
18,128. 

2,501. 
17,947. 
51,987. 
15,856. 

9,023. 

41,632. 

8,126. 

6,789. 

23,158. 

3,984. 

7,444. 

14,669. 

26,177. 
7,998, 
7,933. 

20,375. 
26,207. 

1,950. 

8,456. 
28,117. 

1,748. 
5,900. 
3,006. 
7,093. 
13,930. 

17,968. 
2,800. 
8,674. 
7,339. 
5,797. 

27,851. 
15,885. 

8,980. 

1,294. 
17,736. 

20,626. 
11,727. 
21,564. 
43,568. 
7,628. 



c. 

63 
50 
21 

82 
44 

99 
14 
66 
92 
11 

92 
23 

75 
47 

87 

.31 

03 
99 

.40 
39 

65 
,72 
,45 
,30 
,35 

, 13 

.77 
.29 
.90 

.68 

.39 
.65 
.24 
.99 
.96 

.16 
09 
71 
00 

98 

13 
30 
32 
55 
33 



74,733.01 
4,660.42 



Rural power district 1 



Lynden R.P.D 

Markham R.P.D. 
Merlin R.P.D 



Milton R.P.D 

Milverton R.P.D. 

Mitchell R.P.D 

Newmarket R.P.D. 
Niagara R.P.D 



Norwich R.P.D 

Oil Springs R.P.D. 
Palmerston R.P.D. 

Petrolia R.P.D 

Preston R.P.D 



Ridgetown R.P.D. 
St. Jacobs R.P.D. 
St. Marys R.P.D. 
St. Thomas R.P.D. 
Saltfleet R.P.D 



Sandwich R.P.D. 

Sarnia R.P.D 

Scarboro R.P.D. 
Seaforth R.P.D. 
Sim'coe R.P.D 



Stamford R.P.D. . 

Stratford R.P.D 

Strathroy R.P.D. 
Streetsville R.P.D. 
Tavistock R.P.D. ... 



Thamesville R.P.D. 

Tilbury R.P.D 

Tillsonburg R.P.D. 
Wallaceburg R.P.D. 
Walsingham R.P.D. 



Walton R.P.D 

Waterdown R.P.D. 
Waterford R.P.D. 

Watford R.P.D 

Welland R.P.D 



Woodbridge R.P.D. 
Woodstock R.P.D. 



Period 
of years 

ending 

Oct. 31, 

1935 



14 years 
13 

7 

11 
9 

10 
12 
14 

11 
10 
9 
13 
14 

14 
13 

8 
13 
14 

14 
13 
12 
8 
13 

14 
12 

9 

13 
13 



Amount 



11,555.94 

21,569.76 

9,756.90 

9,092.12 

4,032.48 

10,458.26 

13,049.18 

24,535.56 

22,205.50 
3,371.41 
2,652.15 
1,939.82 

45,827.25 

22,316.72 
14,251.92 
13,129.39 
32,615.99 
52,001.55 

60,052.98 
31,351.59 
16,109.97 
2,813.48 
10,690.87 

7,926.88 
10,945.39 

5,781.97 
18,560.61 
10,381.60 

6,419.26 

8,106.30 

26,198.32 

16,295.97 

10,291.90 

6,334.21 

27,875.68 

9,032.06 

1,256.04 

71,320.39 

38,281.69 
32,479.92 



Total— Rural power districts. $1,456,885.43 

Total— Municipalities $29,157,047.90 

Total— Rural power districts 1,456,885.43 

Grand Total $30,613,933.33 



Note — For townships included in rural power districts see "Cost of Power 
preceding. 



statement 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



205 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL LINES 

Statement showing Interest, Sinking Fund, Renewals and Contingencies charged by 

the Commission to the Municipalities which operate the respective 

rural lines for the year ending October 31, 1935 



Operated by 


Capital 
cost 


Interest 


Sinking 
fund 


Renewals 


Contin- 
gencies 


Total interest, 

sinking fund, 

renewals and 

contingencies 

charged 


Milton 


$ c. 

440.82 

19,617.60 


$ c. 

21.86 

823.94 


$ c. 

7.93 

353.12 


$ c. 

8.82 

392.35 


$ c. 

4.41 

196.18 


$ c. 
43.02 


Welland 


1,765.59 






Totals 


20,058.42 


845.80 


361.05 


401.17 


200.59 


1,808.61 







NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL LINES 

Statement showing the total Sinking Fund in respect of each line, together with 
interest allowed thereon to October 31, 1935 



Lines operated by 


Period of years 

ending 
October 31, 1935 


Amount 


Milton 


22 years 

23 " 


$ c. 
253.54 


Welland 


12,199.92 






Total 




12,453.46 









206 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost — under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost; 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost 



Municipality 



Interim rates 

per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 
Jan. 1 
1935 



To 

Oct. 31 

1935 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system 

on which 

interest and 

fixed 

charges are 

payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 
in year 

after cor- 
rection 

for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Alliston 

Arthur 

Barrie 

Beaverton 

Beeton 

Bradford 

Brechin 

Cannington 

Chatsworth 

Chesley 

Coldwater 

Collingwood 

Cookstown 

Creemore 

Dundalk 

Durham 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 

Flesherton 

Grand Valley 

Gravenhurst 

Hanover 

Holstein 

Huntsville 

Kincardine 

Kirkfield 

Lucknow 

Markdale 

Meaford 

Midland 

Mildmay 

Mount Forest 

Neustadt 

Orangeville 

Owen Sound 

Paisley 

Penetanguishene 

Port Elgin 

Port McNicoll ... 
Port Perry 



$ c. 
58.00 
75.00 
36.00 
43.00 
72.00 

68.00 
55.00 
45.00 
47.00 
40.00 

39.00 
40.00 
55.00 
55.00 
42.00 

45.00 
43.00 
46.00 
48.00 
58.00 

27.00 
35.00 
90.00 
28.00 
54.00 

60.00 
62.00 
40.00 
46.00 
35.00 

60.00 
50.00 
70.00 
48.00 
36.00 

60.00 
40.00 
40.00 
40.00 
52.00 



$ c. 
55.00 
72.00 
34.00 
42.00 
72.00 

64.00 
55.00 
42.00 
45.00 
37.00 

37.00 
40.00 
55.00 
55.00 
40.00 

43.00 
40.00 
44.00 
48.00 
56.00 

25.00 
33.00 
90.00 
28.00 
50.00 

60.00 
60.00 
38.00 
43.00 
33.00 

54.00 
48.00 
70.00 
47.00 
32.00 

58.00 
38.00 
38.00 
38.00 
52.00 



$ c. 




90,230.16 


214.8 


66,256.69 


124.3 


566,545.90 


2,333.8 


51,442.53 


181.0 


53,340.23 


95.3 


65,157.86 


150.1 


18,791.72 


51.7 


41,707.83 


143.2 


14,866.13 


50.1 


126,888.27 


461.4 


66,455.08 


251.5 


349,942.05 


1,220.3 


21,670.84 


58.9 


36,783.45 


93.5 


49,784.63 


188.7 


83,814.90 


284.7 


39,824.72 


145.1 


16,171.14 


54.4 


•24,275.55 


77.6 


40,189.88 


100.0 


123,399.72 


652.1 


249,764.29 


1,014.1 


10,079.72 


15.6 


196,638.45 


863.8 


205,854.19 


545.3 


11,300.22 


24.4 


91,682.74 


215.7 


39,078.44 


148.6 


143,560.59 


451.3 


616,930.38 


2,600.9 


28,167.62 


76.1 


120,150.42 


369.8 


18,995.79 


34.6 


179,889.18 


504.6 


790,706.85 


3,264.5 


49,005.34 


111.8 


177,417.11 


640.3 


86,852.92 


251.9 


22,259.56 


79.6 


78,414.59 


210.5 



$ c. 
330.02 
190.98 
3,585.66 
278.09 
146.42 

230.61 
79.43 

220.01 
76.97 

708.90 

386.41 

1,874.88 

90.49 

143.65 

289.92 

437.41 
222.93 
83.58 
119.23 
153.64 



1,558.07 
23.97 



837.80 

37.49 

331.40 

228.31 

693.38 

3,996.04 

116.92 

568.16 

53.16 

775.27 

5,015.60 

171.77 
983.76 
387.02 
122.30 
323.41 



$ c. 
4,511.53 
2,771.32 
25,104.02 
2,658.50 
2,496.42 

2,932.58 
785.65 

2,182.76 
861.21 

5,299.64 

3,337.73 
17,346.06 
1,009.48 
2,012.71 
2,507.51 

4,213.66 

2,341.44 

881.91 

1,429.24 

1,829.68 

6,235.29 

10,658.08 

665.45 

8,819.83 

7,094.60 

388.49 
3,323.80 
2,171.10 

5,776.82 
27,212.99 

1,152.89 

6,469.69 

705.33 

7,084.57 

36,145.46 

1,802.60 
8,019.27 
3,723.94 
917.88 
2,997.95 



$ c. 
3,972.80 
2,905.12 
24,934.54 
2,237.38 
2,338.87 

2,873.83 
816.06 

1,817.74 
646.91 

5,572.50 

2,931.61 

15,231.83 

954.42 

1,609.62 

2,191.66 

3,653.91 
1,734.47 
710.13 
1,066.05 
1,761.98 

5,449.72 

10,928.10 

439.72 

8,624.92 

9,098.02 

504.88 

4,048.23 

1,719.78 

6,346.69 

26,919.27 

1,255.96 

5,267.94 

820.99 

7,923.81 

34,801.93 

2,161.73 
7,742.26 
3,867.81 
977.54 
3,474.99 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



207 



SYSTEM 



G.B.—COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality . 
of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1935 



costs and fixed* charges 



Renewals 



Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Cost in 
excess of 

revenue 
from power 

sold to 

private 
companies 



Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 



Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 



Amounts remaining to 
be credited or charged 
to each municipality 
upon ascertainment of 
the actual cost of power 
by annual adjustment 



Credited Charged 



$ c 

1,364.43 

1,070.20 

6,548.47 

657.87 

871.50 

1,000.85 
269.88 
540.72 
192.11 

1,592.26 

813.72 
4,498.19 
312.72 
544.04 
609.01 

1,092.67 
499.15 
211.17 
293.51 
598.69 

1,131.70 
2,917.12 
169.63 
2,161.19 
2,999.63 

176.01 
1,391.63 

444.16 
1.946.41 
7,001.94 

389.96 
1,637.86 

309.01 
2,562.82 
9,124.48 

751.01 
2,234.55 
1,220.86 

282.09 
1,142.48 



$ c 
297.79 
215.39 
2,115.74 
189.82 
169.71 

218.97 
68.28 

152.85 
58.73 

488.08 

257.02 

1,283.01 

79.37 

129.19 

187.28 

318.82 

153.51 

65.45 

87.79 

139.08 

481.05 
980.18 
30.39 
713.36 
700.03 

37.37 

310.88 

143.55 

507.34 

2,246.75 

102.34 

416.18 

59.63 

623.35 

2,921.05 

167.02 
643.64 
302.08 
87.34 
262.94 



$ c 
950.15 
697.58 
5,966.11 
541.68 
561.68 

688.91 
197.88 
439.21 
155.21 
1,336.21 

699.81 
3,685.08 
228.20 
387.33 
524.26 

882.50 
419.37 
169.88 
255.63 
423.12 

1,299.50 
2,630.14 
106.14 
2,069.97 
2,167.72 



119.00 

965.45 

411.52 

1,511.76 

6,493.08 

296.61 
1,261.37 

200.03 
1,893.82 
8,326.66 

516.04 

1,867.41 

914.60 

234.41 

828.66 



$ c. 
83.12 
48.10 

903.11 
70.04 



58 


.08 


20 


.01 


55 


.41 


19 


.39 


178 


.55 


97 


.32 


472 


22 


22 


79 


36 


18 


73 


02 


110 


17 


56 


15 


21 


05 


30 


03 


38 


70 


252 


34 


392 


43 


6. 


04 


334. 


26 


211. 


02 



9.44 

83.47 

57.50 

174.64 

1,006.47 

29.45 
143.10 

13.39 

195.26 

1,263.26 

43.26 

247.78 
97.48 
30.80 
81.46 



$ c. 

11,509.84 
7,898.69 

69,157.65 
6,633.38 
6,621.48 

8,003.83 
2,237.19 
5,408.70 
2,010.53 
15,176.14 

8,523.62 
44,391.27 

2,697.47 
4,862.72 
6,382 



66 



10,709.14 
5,427.02 
2,143.17 

3,281.48 
4,944.89 

14,849.60 
30,064.12 
1,441.34 
22,723.53 
23,108.82 

1,272.68 
10,454.86 

5,175.92 
16,957.04 
74,876.54 

3,344.13 
15,764.30 

2,161.54 
21,058.90 
97,598.44 

5,613.43 

21,738.67 

10,513.79 

2,652.36 

9,111.89 



$ c. 

11,925.43 
9,016.22 

80,134.51 
7,635.75 
6,864.60 

9,716.51 
2,844.39 
6,091.75 
2,275.25 
17,311.20 

9,372.04 
48,810.61 
3,239.45 
5,140.15 
7,610.99 



12,366.70 
5,887.40 
2,413.98 
3,725.60 
5,637.00 



16,545.72 
33,812.82 
1,407.75 
24,187.70 
27,631.56 

1,461.50 
13,018.57 

5,701.00 
19,628.53 
86,713.58 

4,186.75 
17,887.71 

2,363.05 

23,806.74 

106,698.36 

6,520.79 

24,559.34 

9,659.17 

3,053.47 

10,947.70 



$ c. 

415.59 

1,117.53 

10,976.86 

1,002.37 

243.12 

1,712.68 
607.20 
683.05 
264.72 

2,135.06 

848.42 

4,419.34 

541.98 

277.43 

1,228.33 

1,657.56 

460.38 
270.81 
444.12 
692.11 

1,696.12 

3,748.70 



1,464.17 
4,522.74 

188.82 
2,563.71 

525.08 

2,671.49 

11,837.04 

842.62 
2,123.41 

201.51 
2,747.84 
9,099.92 

907.36 

2,820.67 



401.11 
1,835.81 



33.59 



854.62 



208 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost — under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost; 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost 



Municipality 



Interim rates 

per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 
Jan. 1 
1935 



To 

Oct. 31 

1935 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system 

on which 

interest and 

fixed 

charges are 

payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 
in year 

after cor- 
rection 

for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Priceville 

Ripley 

Rosseau 

Shelburne 

Southampton 

Stayner 

Sunderland 

Tara 

Teeswater 

Thornton 

Tottenham 

Uxbridge 

Victoria Harbour 

Walkerton 

Waubaushene 

Wiarton 

Windermere 

Wingham 

Woodville 



$ c. 
70.00 
80.00 
110.00 
48.00 
40.00 

44.00 
61.00 
50.00 
59.00 
75.00 

88.00 
55.00 
44.00 
38.00 
44.00 

69.00 
75.00 
61.00 
58.00 



$ c. 
70.00 
75.00 
100.00 
46.00 
38.00 

42.00 
56.00 
46.00 
57.00 
70.00 

88.00 
52.00 
42.00 
36.00 
42.00 

65.00 
70.00 
56.00 
58.00 



Totals — Municipalities 



Rural Power Districts 
Alliston R.P.D. — Essa, Tecumseth 

and Tossorontio twps 

Arthur R. P. D— Luther E. and 

Luther W. twps 

Bala R.P.D. — Medora and Wood 

twps 

Barrie R.P.D. — Innisfil, Oro and 

Vespra twps 

Baysville R.P.D. — Franklin, Macau 

lay, McLean, Ridout and Sher- 

bourne twps 



Macaulay 
Muskoka 



Beaumaris R.P.D.- 

Medora, Monck and 

twps. 

Beaverton R.P.D. — Brock, Georg 

ina, Mara and Thorah twps 

Beeton R.P.D. — Tecumseth twp 

Bradford R.P.D.— Gwillimbury W. 

King and Tecumseth twps. 

Buckskin R.P.D. — Matchedash 

Medora and Wood twps 



$ c. 
4,477.11 
30,404.59 
29,737.98 
69,292.04 
73,680.11 

57,918.23 
24,404.97 
25,738.12 
42,563.38 
13,208.66 

40,798.40 
81,354.66 
21,191.66 
118,408.32 
10,536.63 

107,467.51 
18,895.59 

138,507.34 
21,017.69 



5,993,890.67 



25,258.01 

1,286.07 

37,379.67 

82,591.54 

19,938.49 

40,575.52 

42,235.01 

2,798.55 

20,008.00 
5,965.80 



15.5 

53.6 

37.4 

219.8 

218.9 

201.5 
58.4 
80.3 

101.5 
29.2 

57.3 

207.7 
69.1 

470.8 
38.8 



216 
40 

310 
50 



20,834.4 



71 

3 

151 

274 



65.2 



182.1 



141. 
5 

44 

15 



$ c. 
23.81 
82.35 



337.70 
336.32 

309.59 

89.73 

123.37 

155.95 

44.86 

88.04 
319.11 
106.17 
723.34 

59.61 

332.63 



477.67 
78.05 



29,561.36 



109.23 

4.92 

233.07 

421.90 



216.63 
7.68 

68.06 

23.81 



478.92 
1,156.87 

877.03 
3,011.46 
3,360.94 

2,927.65 

1,107.83 

1,084.48 

1,592.79 

539.34 

1,870.92 
2,927.28 

914.32 
5,626.07 

609.09 

3,887.87 
874.07 

4,367.72 
928.00 



266,021.73 



1,037.67 

49.58 

1,667.83 

3,077.82 

985.00 

1,985.23 

2,126.47 
117.26 

704.36 

265.32 



$ c. 

195.62 
1,338.33 
1,323.36 
3,044.36 
3,279.28 

2,543.28 
1,059.70 
1,126.39 
1,868.83 
581.03 

1,794.07 
3,590.97 

928.31 
5,265.36 

460.23 

4,781.30 
839.93 

6,094.05 
908.32 



263,358.44 



1,116.88 

56.66 

1,656.93 

3,652.15 

884.76 

1,792.46 

1,870.91 
124.44 

891.00 

263.77 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



209 



SYSTEM 



G.B.—COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it by the Commission; theamount 
and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality* 
of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1935 



costs and fixed charges 


Cost in 
excess of 

revenue 
from power 

sold to 

private 
companies 


Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 


Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 






Renewals 


Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


Amounts remaining to 
be credited or charged 
to each municipality 
upon ascertainment of 
the actual cost of power 
by annual adjustment 














Credited Charged 


$ c. 

57.78 


$ c. 

17.79 

96.31 

91.27 

256.45 

262.04 


$ c. 
47.15 
320.17 
313.15 
729.68 
775.91 


$ c. 
5.99 
20.74 
14.47 
85.06 
84.72 


$ c. 

827.06 
3,513.02 
3,137.40 
8,400.12 
9,124.29 


$ c. 
1,087.88 
4,068.78 
3,796.82 
10,187.09 
8,395.87 


$ c. 
260.82 
555.76 
659.42 

1,786.97 


$ c. 


498.25 




518.12 




935.41 




1,025.08 


728.42 


745.39 


219.52 
82.15 
98.66 

164.38 
47.52 

125.67 

272.30 

79.73 

449.80 
42.68 


609.88 
256.99 
271.04 
448.20 
139.10 

429.61 
856.70 
223.16 
1,246.92 
110.96 


77.97 
22.60 
31.07 
39.28 
11.30 

22 . 17 
80.37 
26.74 
182.19 
15.01 


7,433.28 
2,987.42 
3,085.23 
4,912.69 
1,567.49 

5,029.02 
9,248.21 
2,560.66 
14,789.13 
1,428.81 


8,534.80 
3,316.99 
3,749.82 
5,822.41 
2,062.56 

5,039.42 
10,913.73 

2,926.21 
17,103.09 

1,642.23 


1,101.52 
329.57 
664.59 
909.72 
495.07 

10.40 
1,665.52 

365.55 
2,313.96 

213.42 




368.42 




350.22 




643.26 




204.34 




698.54 




1,201.48 




282.23 




1,295.45 




131.23 




1,705.70 


350.12 
65.75 

474.10 
69.77 


1,131.66 
198.98 

1,458.53 
221.33 


83.78 

15.67 

120.32 

19.66 


12,273.06 
2,289.32 

15,125.43 
2,541.39 


14,226.09 
2,848.52 

17,617.70 
2,948.30 


1,953.03 
559.20 

2,492.27 
406.91 




294.92 




2,133.04 




316.26 








76,980.82 


21,678.36 


63,112.81 


'8,062.28 


728,775.80 


824,099.65 


96,940.48 


1,616.63 


359.46 


87.76 


265.98 


27.51 


3,004.49 


3,004.49 


see page 


215 


19.17 


4.45 


13.54 


1.24 


149.56 


149.56 


" 


<< 


407.15 


141.91 


393.62 


58.70 


4,559.21 


4,559.21 


" 


" 


1,089.12 


325.19 


869.74 


106.26 


9,542.18 


9,542.18 


" 


«< 


265.17 


86.08 


209.97 


25.23 


2,456.21 


2,456.21 


<< 


<« 


438.34 


166.16 


427.29 


70.47 


4,879.95 


4,879.95 


(< 


« 


555.70 
45.73 


155.84 
8.91 


444.73 
29.47 


54.56 
1.93 


5,424.84 
335.42 


5,424.84 
335.42 


n 


<( 


310.94 


68.51 


211.52 


17.14 


2,271.53 


2,271.53 




<« 


87.55 


25.25 


62.83 


6.00 


734.53 


734.53 


<( 


<< 



210 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost — under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost ; 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost 



Rural power district 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system 

on which 

interest and 

fixed 

charges are 

payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 
in year 

after cor- 
rection 

for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Bruce R.P.D. — Amabel, Brant, Car 
rick, Culross, Greenock and Sau 
geen twps 

Cannington R.P.D. — Brock, Eldon 
and Mariposa twps 

Chatsworth R.P.D.— Holland twp 

Cookstown R.P.D. — Essa and 
Innisfil twps 

Creemore R.P.D. — Nottawasaga 
Osprey, Sunnidale and Tossorontio 
twps 



Elmvale R.P.D.— Flos, Medonte, 

Oro and Vespra twps 

Flesherton R.P.D. — Artemesiatwp. 
Gravenhurst R.P.D. — Muskoka 

twp 

Hawkestone R.P.D. — Orillia and 

Oro twp 

Holstein R.P.D. — Bentinck, Egre- 

mont and Normanby twps 



Huntsville R.P.D.— Brunei, Chaf- 
fey, Franklin and Sinclair twps 

Innisfil R.P.D. — Gwillimbury W. 
and Innisfil twps 

Lucknow R.P.D. — Kinloss twp 

Mariposa R.P.D. — Brock, Mari- 
posa and Reach twps 

M a r k d a 1 e R.P.D. — Artemesia, 
Euphrasia, Glenelg and Holland 
twps 



-St. Vincent twp. 
-Baxter and Tay 



Meaford R.P.D.- 
Medonte R.P.D. 

twps 

Midland R.P.D.— Tay and Tiny 
twps 

Neustadt R.P.D. — Bentinck twp 

Nottawasaga R.P.D. — Nottawa- 
saga twp 



Orangeville R.P.D. — Amaranth, 
Caledon, Erin and Garafraxa E. 

twp 

Owen Sound R.P.D.— Derby, Sara- 
wak and Sydenham twps 



$ c. 



48,147.07 

14,539.10 
3,440.34 

294.31 



17,817.01 

19,140.69 
2,221.09 

5,442.38 

613.46 



17,024.18 
77,455.40 



45,302.14 
12,352.87 



4,969.59 
9,646.72 



9,376.73 

14,547.14 
8,309.81 



130.5 

45.4 
7.3 

0.8 



55.0 

62.3 
7.4 

.26.5 

82.6 



65.2 

218.7 



144.5 
39.4 



18.3 
34.5 



31.0 

38.7 
32.7 



200.50 

69.75 
11.22 

1.23 



84.50 



95.72 
11.37 



2,878.79 



336.01 



222.01 
60.54 



28.12 
53.01 



47.63 

59.46 
50.24 



1,732.55 

624.12 
265.28 

11.62 



816.28 

692.51 
98.57 

294.79 

28.95 



814.34 
3,003.71 



1,843.41 
640.50 



247.24 
432.87 



439.48 

522.22 
365.27 



c. 



2,140.80 

635.33 
152.24 

13.01 



789.01 

844.41 
96.71 

240.17 

22.17 



755.00 
3,395.18 



1,987.89 
547.21 



219.43 
389.09 



406.77 

641.24 
369.58 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



211 



SYSTEM 



G.B.—COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1935 



costs and f 
Renewals 


ixed charge 

Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 


s 

Sinking 
fund 


Cost in 
excess of 

revenue 
from power 

sold to 

private 
companies 


Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 


Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 


Amounts remaining to 
be credited or charged 
to each municipality 
upon ascertainment of 
the actual cost of power 
by annual adjustment 




Credited Charged 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


685.72 


171.98 


507.01 


50.50 


5,489.06 


5,489.06 


see page 


215 


197.74 
53.85 


51.93 
15.11 


153.10 
36.23 


17.57 

2.82 


1,749.54 
536.75 


1,749.54 
536.75 






4.24 


1.07 


3.10 


0.31 


34.58 


34.58 




<( 


243.63 


64.94 


187.61 


21.28 


2,207.25 


2,207.25 




<< 


255.14 
26.12 


77.96 
8.91 


201.56 
23.40 


24.12 

2.86 


2,191.42 
267.94 


2,191.42 
267.94 






54.54 


21.71 


57.31 


10.25 


678.77 


678.77 




" 


12.27 


3.07 


6.46 


31.96 


2,983.67 


2,983.67 




<< 


206.78 


64.76 


179.22 


25.22 


2,045.32 


2,045.32 




« 


1,084.51 


273.16 


806.98 


84.63 


8,984.18 


8,984.18 




<( 


609.94 


161.96 


477.06 


55.92 


5,358.19 


5,358.19 




<( 


163.10 


51.06 


130.08 


15.26 


1,607.75 


1,607.75 




it 


61.88 


20.13 


52.33 


7.08 


636.21 


636.21 




<< 


104.79 


32.25 


92.39 


13.35 


1,117.75 


1,117.75 




<< 


124.01 


35.02 


98.74 


11.99 


1,163.64 


1,163.64 




«« 


211.57 


51.57 


153.15 


14.98 


1,654.19 


1,654.19 




<< 


99.18 


31.21 


87.51 


12.65 


1,015.64 


1,015.64 




tt 



212 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost — under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost; 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost 



Rural power district 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system 

on which 

interest and 

fixed 

charges are 

payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 
in year 

after cor- 
rection 

for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Port Perry R.P.D.— Cartwright, 
Man vers, Reach and Scugog twps. 

Ripley R.P.D. — Huron and Kinloss 
twps 

Sauble R.P.D. — Amabel and Kep- 
pel twps 

Shelburne R.P.D. — Amaranth, Me- 
lancthon and Mulmur twps 

Sparrow Lake R.P.D. — Matche- 
dash, Morrison, Orillia and Rama 
twps 

T a r a R.P.D. — Amabel, Arran, 
Derby and Keppel twps 

Thornton R.P.D. — Essa twp 

Utterson R.P.D. — Cardwell, Hum- 
phrey, Medora, and Wood, Step- 
henson and Watt twps 

Uxbridge R.P.D. — Brock, Georgina, 
Reach, Scott and Uxbridge twps. 

Wasaga Beach R.P.D.— Flos, Not- 
tawasaga, Sunnidale and Tiny 
twps 

Wroxeter R.P.D. — Howick, Morris 
and Turnberry twps 

Totals — Rural power districts 

Totals — Municipalities 

Totals — Rural power districts 

Totals — Companies and distribution 
systems 

Non-operating capital 

Grand totals 



46,025 
4,356 

7,462 



10,283.30 



29,397.52 



17,845. 
6,685. 



17,537.69 



40,257.38 



49,582, 
48,420, 



866,529.29 



5,993,890 
866,529 



702,659.09 



7,563,079 
2,667 



7,565,746.36 



108.9 
10.3 
15.3 

30.0 

119.9 

53.5 
13.9 

'48.4 

101.6 

172.5 
101.7 



$ c. 

167.32 
15.82 
23.51 

46.09 

184.22 

82.20 
21.36 



156.10 

265.03 
156.25 



2,770.5 



6,413.30 



20,834.4 
2,770.5 

2,152.4 



29,561.36 
6,413.30 

3,306.97 



25,757.3 



39,281.63 



1,723.06 
155.55 
272.55 

360.55 

1,160.64 

741.35 
234.30 

555.65 

1,437.23 

2,161.48 
1,449.20 



35,141.81 



266,021.73 
35,141.81 

30,012.51 



331,176.05 



$ c. 

1,905.88 

192.71 

331.78 

454.39 

1,291.41 

781.26 
296.13 

775.36 

1,777.05 

2,175.04 
2,141.34 



38,077.55 



263,358.44 
38,077.55 

31,305.06 



332,741.05 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



213 



SYSTEM 



G.B.—COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality * 
of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1935 



costs and fixed charges 


Cost in 
excess of 

revenue 
from power 

sold to 

private 
companies 


Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 


Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 






Renewals 


Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


Amounts remaining to 
be credited or charged 
to each municipality 
upon ascertainment of 
the actual cost of power 
by annual adjustment 

Credited Charged 


$ c. 

639.41 

66.02 

117.83 

144.19 

342.25 

244.97 
105.20 

251.56 

596.95 

638.12 
759.99 


$ c. 

148.13 
14.79 
26.51 

39.14 

116.08 

71.29 
24.61 

62.95 

135.51 

187.92 
170.65 


$ c. 
454.17 

45.87 
78.56 

108.30 

309.57 

186.70 
70.40 

184.68 

423.93 

522.11 
509.88 


$ c. 

42.14 

3.99 

5.92 

11.62 

46.40 

20.71 
5.38 

18.73 

39.32 

66.75 
39.35 


$ c. 

5,080.11 

494.75 

856.66 

1,164.28 

3,450.57 

• 2,128.48 
757.38 

1,848.93 

4,566.09 

6,016.45 
5,226.66 


$ c. 

5,080.11 

494.75 

856.66 

1,164.28 

3,450.57 

2,128.48 
757.38 

1,848.93 

4,566.09 

6,016.45 
5,226.66 


$ c. 

see page 
(« 

<( 

<< 
<< 

<< 
<« 
<< 


$ c. 
215 

tt 

<< 

(« 
<« 

<« 


11,683.83 


3,205.44 


9,076.10 


1,072.10 


104,670.13 


104,670.13 












76,980.82 
11,683.83 


21,678.36 
3,205.44 

3,060.11 


63,112.81 
9,076.10 

7,380.45 


8,062.28 
1,072.10 

(9,134.38) 


728,775.80 
104,670.13 

75,456.84 


824,099.65 
104,670.13 

75,456.84 


96,940.48 


1,616.63 


9,526.12 












98,190.77 


27,943.91 


79,569.36 




908,902.77 


1,004,226.62 


96,940.48 


1,616.63 









214 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 
and the amounts remaining to be credited to certain Districts or charged to 

annual adjustment) of the actual costs 



Rural power district 



Total capital cost of each district, Provincial 

Government grant received and applied 

thereagainst, and the balance representing 

the investment by the Commission 



Total 
capital cost 



Government 
grant 



Commission's 
investment 



Costofpower 

delivered to 

districts as 

shown in 

"cost of 

power" table 

preceding 



Cost of 
operation 
maintenance 
and admin- 
istration 



Alliston R.P.D... 
Arthur R.P.D. 

Bala R.P.D 

Barrie R.P.D 

Baysville R.P.D. 



Beaumaris R.P.D. 
Beaverton R.P.D. 

Beeton R.P.D 

Bradford R.P.D 

Bruce R.P.D 



Buckskin R.P.D 

Cannington R.P.D. 
Chatsworth R.P.D... 
Cookstown R.P.D... 
Creemore R.P.D 

Elmvale R.P.D 

Flesherton R.P.D 

Gravenhurst R.P.D. 
Hawkestone R.P.D. 
Holstein R.P.D 



Huntsville R.P.D. 

Innisfil R.P.D 

Lucknow R.P.D. ... 
Mariposa R.P.D. 
Markdale R.P.D. 



Meaford R.P.D 

Medonte R.P.D 

Midland R.P.D 

Neustadt R.P.D 

Nottawasaga R.P.D. 

Orangeville R.P.D. 
Owen Sound R.P.D. 

Port Perry R.P.D 

Ripley R.P.D 

Sauble R.P.D 



Shelburne R.P.D 

Sparrow Lake R.P.D. 

Tara R.P.D 

Thornton R.P.D 

Utterson R.P.D 

Uxbridge R.P.D 

Wasaga Beach R.P.D. 
Wroxeter R.P.D 

Total capital 

Non-operating capital 

Grand totals 



$ c. 

40,066.71 

*4,303.91 

*78,720.03 

127,995.94 

73,566.08 

95,548.78 

*67,005.77 

3,018.23 

37,708.47 
*63,384.48 

4,046.59 
19,164.48 

1,497.32 

721.91 

*46,343.86 

40,217.79 
*5,592.25 

6,938.51 
51,578.02 

1,900.53 

59,104.62 

102,204.21 

637.09 

80,071.72 
*30,044.34 

1,992.72 
18,028.74 
42,183.99 

1,045.12 
17,443.41 

35,666.26 
17,729.15 
84,008.41 
*8,546.64 
8,808.43 

26,102.74 

88,684.96 

30,464.61 

9,440.39 

*48,473.25 

84,743.12 
75,524.88 
75,791.50 



1,716,059.96 
8,529.73 



1,724,589.69 



19,782.07 
2,105.26 
38,177.17 
63,997.97 
36,783.04 

47,774.39 

33,156.73 

1,509.11 

18,689.17 
30,171.47 

2,023.30 

7,854.51 

748.66 

360.96 

22,495.80 

19,975.72 
2,609.36 
3,469.26 

25,789.01 
950.26 

29,552.31' 
51,102.10 
318.55 
40,035.86 
14,896.10 

996.36 

9,014.37 

21,091.99 

522.56 
8,721.70 

17,833.13 

8,864.57 

42,004.20 

4,039.86 

4,404.22 

12,433.29 
44,342.48 
15,232.31 
4,720.20 
23,240.55 

42,371.56 



36,515.33 



$ 

20,284 

2,198 

40,542 

63,997 



36,783.04 

47,774.39 
33,849.04 
1,509.12 
19,019.30 
33,213.01 

2,023.29 

11,309.97 

748.66 

360.95 

23,848.06 

20,242.07 
2,982.89 
3,469.25 

25,789.01 
950.27 

29,552.31 
51,102.11 
318.54 
40,035.86 
15,148.24 

996.36 

9,014.37 

21,092.00 

522.56 

8,721.71 

17,833.13 
8,864.58 

42,004.21 
4,506.78 
4,404.21 

13,669.45 
44,342.48 
15,232.30 
4,720.19 
25,232.70 

42,371.56 

75,524.88 
39,276.17 



810,676.82 
4,264.86 



905,383.14 
4,264.87 



814,941.68 



909,648.01 



$ c. 
3,004.49 

149.56 
4,559.21 
9,542.18 
2,456.21 

4,879.95 
5,424.84 
335.42 
2,271.53 
5,489.06 

734.53 
1,749.54 

536.75 

34.58 

2,207.25 

2,191.42 
267.94 
678.77 

2,983.67 



2,045.32 
8,984.18 



5,358.19 
1,607.75 



636.21 

1,117.75 



1,163.64 

1,654.19 

1,015.64 

5,080.11 

494.75 

856.66 

1,164.28 
3,450.57 

2,128.48 

757.38 

1,848.93 

4,566.09 
6,016.45 
5,226.66 



104,670.13 



$ c. 
1,462.86 

112.39 
3,557.98 
4,223.88 
1,344.87 

3,832.82 

2,569.54 

83.78 

786.17 

1,896.87 

118.26 
1,121.44 

219.60 

29.16 

1,038.50 

1,214.88 
426.26 
164.56 

1,061.07 
3.75 

1,621.35 

3,135.14 

1.57 

2.373.97 

948.34 

25.89 

323.02 

754.24 

2.34 

556.50 

458.79 
917.24 

2,868.58 
154.36 

1,066.33 



946.57 
1,727.42 
1,482.98 

302.81 
1,800.82 



2,353.14 
2,040.43 
2,140.28 



53,270.75 



Note — Items marked * include portions of transmission lines aggregating $10,998.67 
used for purposes of rural power districts. 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



215 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



G.B.— RURAL OPERATING 



District, the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within each District, 
the Municipalities comprising certain other Districts upon ascertainment (by 
in the year ending October 31, 1935 



Distribution costs and fixed charges 


Total 
cost 


Revenue 

from 

power 

and light 

customers 

in each 

district 


Amounts 
to be cr 

certain c 
charge 
munic 

comprisi 
other ( 


remaining 
edited to 


Interest 


Renewals 


Obsoles- 
cence 
and 
contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


istricts or 
d to the 
ipalities 
rig certain 
iistricts 




Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 
877.95 


$ c. 

775.99 

86.07 

1,552.49 

2,508.67 

1,446.73 

1,812.28 

1,251.98 

60.37 

751.81 

1,224.09 

80.79 

378.49 

29.94 

14.17 

925.75 

792.49 
109.32 
136.46 
993.53 
38.02 

1,079.16 

1,844.22 

12.74 

1,572.97 

600.21 

39.86 
355.36 
509.17 

20.90 
347.00 

705.51 
292.07 
1,545.80 
168.95 
164.28 

521.29 
1,725.07 
608.99 
187.92 
952.16 

1,691.77 
1,416.73 
1,504.77 


$ c. 
387.99 
43.03 
776.25 
1,254.33 
723.36 

906.14 
626.00 
30.19 
375.90 
612.04 

40.39 
189.24 

14.97 

7.08 

462.87 

396.25 
54.66 
68.23 

496.76 
19.01 

539.58 

922.11 

6.37 

786.48 
300.11 

19.93 
177.68 
254.59 

10.45 
173.50 

352.76 
146.03 
772.90 

84.47 
82.14 

260.65 
862.54 
304.50 
93.96 
476.08 

845.89 
708.37 
752.39 


$ c. 
206.92 
23.15 
421.15 
660.41 
380.85 

477.08 
333.23 
15.89 
199.66 
346.46 

21.27 

117.83 

7.88 

3.73 

250.82 

210.04 
30.74 
35.92 

261.54 
10.01 

284.09 
485.49 
3.35 
414.08 
159.33 

10.49 

93.55 

134.04 

5.50 

91.35 

185.73 
76.89 

406.92 
46.94 
43.25 

143.74 
454.13 
160.32 
49.47 
261.15 

445.36 
745.90 
410.66 


$ c. 

6,716.20 

512.42 

12,653.93 

20,991.46 

7,967.90 

13,932.45 

11,619.41 

593.08 

5,232.16 

11,038.46 

1,085.48 

4,056.47 

842.58 

104.55 

5,949.39 

5,696.19 
1,019.37 
1,236.36 
6,906.27 
113.09 

6,774.84 

17,431.00 

38.11 

12,262.57 

4,291.76 

140.44 

1,982.73 

3,338.49 

62.37 

2,719.56 

4,144.98 
2,774.09 
12,400.85 
1,148.60 
2,396.15 

3,646.39 
10,146.50 
5,365.46 
1,601.43 
6,447.13 

11,791.82 
14,092.65 
11,777.14 


$ c. 

6,882.32 

516.28 

11,265.79 

21,759.21 

6,461.85 

15,179.14 

11,828.21 

287.90 

4,461.64 

12,366.43 

532.50 

3,926.06 

665.22 

123.84 

5,075.21 

6,638.18 

786.92 

1,207.43 

6,324.39 

44.08 

5,486.79 

20,250.86 

12.73 

14,799.79 

3,655.28 

78.66 
1,966.94 
2,976.07 

16.04 
3,115.69 

3,631.62 

2,495.38 

13,299.87 

730.37 

1,741.39 

2,258.23 
10,385.53 
5,198.90 
1,170.99 
7,086.97 

10,263.25 
15,644.32 
12,543.18 


$ c. 

166.12 

3.86 


$ c 


98.22 




1,786.85 


1,388.14 


2,801.99 


767.75 




1,615.88 


1,506.05 


2,024.18 


1,246.69 

208.80 




1,413.82 




67.43 


305.18 


847.09 




770 . 52 


1,469.94 


1,327.97 




90.24 


552.98 


499.93 




130.41 


33.44 




177.36 


15.83 


19.29 




1,064.20 


874.18 


891.11 


941.99 




130.45 


232.45 


152.42, 




28.93 


1,109.70 




581.88 


42.30 




69.01 


1,205.34 




1,288.05 


2,059.86 


2,819.86 




14.08 


25.38 


1,756.88 


2,537.22 




676.02 


636.48 


44.27 




61.78 


396.91 




15.79 


568.70 




362.42 


23.18 




46.33 


387.57 


396.13 




788.00 


513.36 


326.22 




278.71 


1,726.54 


899.02 




199.13 


418.23 


183.49 




654.76 


609.86 




1,388.16 


1,926.77 


239.03 




680.19 


166.56 


209.89 




430.44 


1,107.99 


639.84 




1,889.57 


1,528.57 


3,164.77 


1,551.67 
766.04 




1,742.38 
























































38,720.58 


32,836.34 


16,418.17 


9,126.31 


255,042.28 


255,141.45 


14,531.28 


14,432.11 



Note — For townships included in rural power districts see "Cost of Power" statement 
preceding. 



216 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 



Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ending October 31, 1935, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1934 


Cash receipts and pay- 
ments on account of 
such credits and charges, 
also adjustments made 
during the year 




Credit 


Charge 


Credited Charged 


Alliston 


June 
Dec. 

April 
Nov. 
Aug. 

Oct. 

Jan. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
July 

Mar. 
Mar. 
May 
Nov. 
Dec. 

Dec. 
June 
April 
Dec. 
Dec. 

Nov. 
Sept. 
May 
Sept. 
Mar. 

June 

June 

Mar. 

Jan. 

July 

Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
July 
Dec. 

Sept. 

July 

Mar. 

Jan. 

Sept. 

Mar. 

Jan. 

July 

July 

Feb. 


1918 
1916 
1913 
1914 
1918 

1918 
1915 
1914 
1915 
1916 

1913 
1913 
1918 
1914 
1915 

1915 
1913 
1918 
1915 
1916 

1915 
1916 
1916 
1916 
1921 

1920 
1921 
1916 
1924 
1911 

1932 
1915 
1918 
1916 
1915 

1923 
1911 
1931 
1915 
1922 

1920 
1921 
1931 
1916 
1931 


$ c. 

1,202.03 
40.16 

7,197.20 
662.06 
345.15 

1,141.46 

98.39 

816.83 

186.83 

3,021.59 

1,158.08 
621.13 
376.24 
175.21 

849.15 

2,131.46 
789.81 
305.83 
330.32 

476.87 

2,859.46 
4,006.58 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,202.03 


Arthur 




36.82 


76.98 


Barrie 




7,197.20 


Beaverton 






662.06 


Beeton '. 






345.15 


Bradford 






1,141.46 


Brechin 






98.39 


Cannington 






816.83 


Chatsworth 




83.41 


270.24 


Chesley 




3,021.59 


Coldwater 




6.09 


1,164.17 


Collingwood 




621.13 


C ooksto wn 






376.24 


Creemore 






175.21 


Dundalk 






849.15 


Durham 






2,131.46 


Elmvale 






789.81 


Elmwood 






305.83 


Flesherton 






330.32 


Grand Valley 






476.87 


Gravenhurst 






2,859.46 


Hanover 






4,006.58 


Holstein 


3,133.10 

489.88 


5,332.21 

489.88 


428.98 


Huntsville 






Kincardine 


3,616.44 


3,616.44 


Kirkfield 


93.13 






Lucknow 


1,085.92 

958.82 

1,978.39 

13,039.70 

788.44 
1,777.65 




1,085.92 


Markdale 






958.82 


Meaford 






1,978.39 


Midland . 






13,039.70 


Mildmay 






788.44 


Mount Forest 






1,777.65 


Neustadt 


7,222.00 


16,247.22 


4,907.94 


Orangeville .. 


1,586.50 
17,371.00 

562.56 
2,841.80 
903.03 
170.27 
953.40 

134.06 

499.31 

641.64 

1,397.62 

1,435.33 


1,586.50 


Owen Sound... 






17,371.00 


Paisley 






562 . 56 


Penetanguishene 






2,841.80 


Port Elgin 






903.03 


Port McNicholl 




212.20 


382.47 


Port Perry 




953.40 


Priceville 




5,579.48 


5,713.54 


Ripley 




499.31 


Rosseau. 






641.64 


Shelburne 






1,397.62 


Southampton 






1,435.33 











1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



217 



SYSTEM 



G.B.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1934; the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1935 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1935 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1935- 


Credited Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit Charge 


$ c. 
20.69 


$ c. 


$ c. 

415.59 

1,117.53 

10,976.86 

1,002.37 

243.12 

1,712.68 
607.20 
683.05 
264.72 

2,135.06 

848.42 

4,419.34 

541.98 

277.43 

1,228.33 

1,657.56 
460.38 ■ 
270.81 
444.12 
692.11 

1,696.12 
3,748.70 


$ c. 


$ c. 

436.28 

1,118.34 

11,072.30 

1,011.74 

248.79 

1,731.49 
608.86 
696.76 
269.93 

2,188.80 

869.23 
4,429.55 

548.74 

280.18 

1,242.66 

1,700.54 
475.96 
276.31 
450.40 
700.02 

1,754.42 
3,820.71 
1,822.99 
1,456.30 

4,582.98 

91.96 

2,581.44 

542.08 

2,705.86 

12,036.72 

856.09 
2,154.11 
4.622.20 
2,777.05 
9,401.72 

916.37 

2,858.35 


$ c. 


0.81 








95.44 








9.37 








5.67 








18.81 








1.66 








13.71 








5.21 








53.74 








20.81 








10.21 








6.76 








2.75 








14.33 








42.98 








15.58 








5.50 








6.28 








7.91 








58.30 








72.01 








86.45 




33.59 






7.87 


1,464.17 

4,522.74 

188.82 
2,563.71 

525.08 

2,671.49 

11,837.04 

842.62 
2,123.41 

201.51 
2,747.84 
9,099.92 

907.36 
2,820.67 




60.24 








3.73 






17.73 






17.00 








34.37 








199.68 








13.47 








30.70 








303.41 








29.21 








301.80 








9.01 








37.68 








15.59 




854.62 


839.03 


3.88 




401.11 
1,835.81 

260.82 

555.76 

659.42 

1,786.97 


404.99 

1,852.94 

412.90 

565.62 

670.89 

1,810.61 




17.13 








152.08 








9.86 








11.47 








23.64 








29.87 




728.42 


698.55 













218 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ending October 31, 1935, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 



Date 

commenced 

operating 



Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1934 



Credit Charge 



Cash receipts and pay- 
ments on account of 
such credits and charges, 
also adjustments made 
during the year 



Credited Charged 



Stayner 


Oct. 

Nov. 
Feb. 
Dec. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

July 

Feb. 

Dec. 

May 
June 
Dec. 

Nov. 


1913 
1914 
1918 
1920 
1918 

1918 
1922 
1914 
1931 
1914 

1931 
1930 
1920 
1914 


$ c. 
908.54 
499.01 
580.55 
458.45 
440.55 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
908.54 


Sunderland 






499.01 


Tara 






580.55 


Teeswater 






458.45 


Thornton. . 






440.55 


Tottenham. . 


264.73 


264.73 




Uxbridge 


1,416.91 
354.98 

2,284.84 
223.25 

1,419.80 
493.79 

2,155.54 
105.13 


1,416.91 


Victoria Harbour.... 






354.98 


Walkerton. .. 






2,284.84 


Waubaushene.... 






223.25 


Wiarton. . 






1,419.80 


Windermere 






493.79 


Wingham 






2,155.54 


Woodville 






105.13 










Total — Municipalities 




91,875.06 


11,202.84 


28,252.04 


103,129.98 




Nov. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Aug. 

July 

June 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Oct. 

July 
May 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 

Jan. 
Feb. 
June 
Aug. 
Mar. 

Aug. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Sept. 
July 


1929 
1929 
1930 
1923 
1932 

1928 
1926 
1926 
1929 
1931 

1928 
1924 
1928 
1930 
1930 

1924 
1922 
1929 
1930 
1929 

1931 
1928 
1924 
1923 
1924 




Rural Power Districts 
Alliston R.P.D. 


2,567.67 
66.81 








Arthur R.P.D. 








Bala R.P.D. 


1,585.74 
1,980.97 
4,311.30 

240.27 
7,729.99 

476.46 
3,198.62 

487.71 

1,332.76 






Barrie R.P.D. 






29.60 


Baysville R.P.D. 








Beaumaris R.P.D. 








Beaverton R.P.D. . 






36.86 


Beeton R.P.D. 








Bradford R.P.D. 








Bruce R.P.D. 








Buckskin R.P.D. 








Cannington R.P.D. 


2,300.17 
139.53 

136.78 






Chatsworth R.P.D. 








Cookstown R.P.D. 








Creemore R.P.D. 


3,466.48 

53.98 

1,304.95 

135.69 

2,039.94 

70.31 

2,526.00 

4,132.65 

25.38 




261.62 


Elmvale R.P.D. 








Flesherton R.P.D. 








Gravenhurst R.P.D. 








Hawkestone R.P.D. 








Holstein R.P.D. 








Huntsville R P D 








Innisfil R P D 








Lucknow R P D 










9,077.14 






Markdale R P D 


1,599.89 













Note- 
preceding. 



-For townships included in rural power districts see "Cost of Power" statement 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



219 



SYSTEM 



G.B.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1934 ; the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1935 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1935 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge' on 

October 31, 1935 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 
15.72 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,101.52 
329.57 
664.59 
909.72 
495.07 

10.40 
1,665.52 

365.55 
2,313.96 

213.42 

1,953.03 
559.20 

2,492.27 
406.91 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,117.24 
338.11 
676.36 
917.26 
502.98 

5.93 
1,690.04 

372.33 
2,353.53 

217.25 

1,977.31 
566.07 

2,530.73 
408.61 


$ c. 


8.54 








11.77 








7.54 








7.91 










4.47 






24.52 






6.78 








39.57 








3.83 








24.28 








6.87 








38.46 








1.70 
















2,090.29 


16.07 


96,940.48 ■ 


1,616.63 


104,729.93 


1,537.58 


102.71 




166.12 
3.86 




2,836.50 
73.34 




2.67 










63.43 

80.32 

172.45 

9.61 
310.55 

19.06 
127.94 

19.51 

53.31 


1,388.14 


3,037.31 




767.75 




1,323.14 




1,506.05 




5,989.80 




1,246.69 

208.80 


996.81 








7,868.60 




305.18 
770.52 




800.70 








4,097.08 




1,327.97 


820.75 




552.98 
130.41 
177.36 


1,939.05 


92.01 




2,261.77 




5.58 






32.25 


5.47 




19.29 


161.54 






146.49 

2.16 

52.20 
5.43 

81.60 
2.81 

101.04 

165.31 

1.02 


874.18 


4,748.77 




941.99 


885.85 






232.45 
28.93 

581.88 
69.01 

1,288.05 


1,589.60 








170.05 








2,703.42 
142.13 














3,915.09 

1,478.10 
51.78 




2,819.86 






25.38 




363.09 


2,537.22 


11,977.45 






64.00 


636.48 


2,300.37 









220 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ending October 31, 1935, and the accumulated amount standing 



Rural power district 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1934 


Cash receipts and pay- 
ments on account of 
such credits and charges, 
also adjustments made 
during the year 




Credit Charge 


Credited Charged 


Meaford R.P.D 


Oct. 1928 
July 1930 
Nov. 1930 
Nov. 1926 
Jan. 1922 

Aug. 1927 
Mar. 1931 
Dec. 1922 
Feb. 1922 
Oct, 1931 

Feb. 1926 
Oct. 1925 
Jan. 1925 
Aug. 1930 
June 1930 

Sept. 1925 
July 1923 
Feb. 1929 


$ c. 


$ c. 

61.78 

1,368.09 

416.16 

46.33 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Medonte R.P.D 








Midland R.P.D 








Neustadt R.P.D. 








Nottawasaga R.P.D 


1,922.33 






Orangeville R.P.D 


3,027.04 
421.90 
5,376.90 
1,484.04 
1,235.92 

3,258.61 
205.34 
627.83 

1,456.52 






Owen Sound R.P.D 








Port Perry R.P.D 








Ripley R.P.D... 








Sauble R.P.D. ... 








Shelburne R.P.D 








Sparrow Lake R.P.D 








Tara R.P.D. 








Thornton R.P.D. .. 








Utterson R.P.D. 


559.47 






Uxbridge R.P.D. 


6,829.77 






Wasaga Beach R.P.D. 


14,895.14 






Wroxeter R.P.D. 


1,485.57 














Total — Rural power districts 


31,665.04 


64,000.89 




328.08 










Total — Municipalities 


91,875.06 
31,665.04 


11,202.84 
64,000.89 


28,252.04 


103,129.98 


Total — Rural power districts 




328.08 










Totals 


123,540.10 


75,203.73 


28,252.04 


103,458.06 



Note — For townships included in rural power districts see "Cost of Power" statement 
preceding. 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



221 



SYSTEM 



G.B.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1934 ; the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1935 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1935 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1935' 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 


$ c. 

2.47 
54.72 
16.65 

1.85 


$ c. 


$ c. 
61.78 
15.79 

362.42 
46.33 


$ c. 


$ c. 
126.03 








1,438.60 








795.23 








94.51 


76.89 


396.13 


2,395.35 






121.08 
16.88 

215.08 
59.36 
49.44 

130.34 

8.21 
25.11 
58.26 


513.36 

278.71 


3,661.48 








717.49 




899.02 




4,692.96 




418.23 
654.76 

1,388.16 




1,961.63 








1,940.12 








4,777.11 




239.03 


25.48 






166.56 
430.44 


819.50 








1,945.22 


22.38 


639.84 


1,221.69 






273.19 


1,528.57 


8,631.53 


595.81 


1,551.67 
766.04 


17,042.62 






59.42 




778.95 










1,266.61 


2,570.30 


14,531.28 


14,432.11 


40,699.15 


74,567,60 


2,090.29 
1,266.61 


16.07 
2,570.30 


96,940.48 
14,531.28 


1,616.63 
14,432.11 


104,729.93 
40,699.15 


1,537.58 
74,567.60 


3,356.90 


2,586.37 


111,471.76 


16,048.74 


145,429.08 


76,105.18 



222 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 



G.B.— SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with its 

proportionate share of other Sinking Funds, provided out of 

other revenues of the system, and interest allowed 

thereon to October 31, 1935 



Municipality 



Period 
of years 

ending 

Oct. 31, 

1935 



Amount 



Municipality 



Period 
of years 

ending 

Oct. 31, 

1935 



Amount 



Alliston 

Arthur 

Barrie 

Beaverton 

Beeton 

Bradford 

Brechin 

Cannington 

Chatsworth 

Chesley 

Coldwater 

Collingwood 

Cookstown 

Creemore 

Dundalk 

Durham 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 

Flesherton 

Grand Valley 

Gravenhurst 

Hanover 

Holstein 

Huntsville 

Kincardine 

Kirkfield 

Lucknow 

Markdale 

Meaford 

Midland 

Mildmay 

Mount Forest 

Neustadt 

Orangeville 

Owen Sound 

Paisley 

Penetanguishene 

Port Elgin 

Port McNicoll. ... 
Port Perry 

Priceville 

Ripley 

Rosseau 

Shelburne 

Southampton 



12 years 

14 

17 

16 

12 

12 
16 
16 
15 
14 

17 
17 
12 
16 
15 

15 
17 
12 

15 
14 

15 

14 
14 
14 

11 

11 
11 
14 
11 

17 

3 

15 
12 
14 
15 

11 

19 

5 

16 
11 

11 
11 

5 
14 

5 



$ c. 
14,331.27 
13,155.09 
92,801.51 
14,444.80 
10,657.49 

11,903.31 
5,562.91 

10,890.55 
2,811.97 

23,498.03 



9,318, 
95,801, 
3,386 
8,093, 
8,017, 

21,531, 

10,669, 

2,604 

4,499 

8,016, 

16,021 
55,517 
1,788, 
38,179 
24,910 

2,135 

11,948 

6,420 

16,995, 

150,526, 

892, 

20,445, 

4,739, 

27,373, 

129,124, 

6,862, 

43,200, 

3,876, 

4,134, 

10,191. 

599, 

4,903, 

1,520, 

12,518, 

3,746, 



Stayner 

Sunderland 

Tara 

Teeswater 

Thornton 

Tottenham 

Uxbridge 

Victoria Harbour 

Walkerton 

Waubaushene 

Wiarton 

Windermere 

Wingham 

Woodville 

Total— Municipalities. . 



Rural Power Districts 

Alliston R.P.D 

Arthur R.P.D 

Bala R.P.D 

Barrie R.P.D 

Baysville R.P.D 

Beaumaris R.P.D 

Beaverton R.P.D 

Beeton R.P.D 

Bradford R.P.D 

Bruce R.P.D 

Buckskin R.P.D 

Cannington R.P.D 

Chatsworth R.P.D 

Cookstown R.P.D 

Creemore R.P.D 

Elmvale R.P.D 

Flesherton R.P.D 

Gravenhurst R.P.D 

Hawkestone R.P.D 

Holstein R.P.D 

Huntsville R.P.D 

Innisfil R.P.D 

Lucknow R.P.D 

Mariposa R.P.D 

Markdale R.P.D 

Meaford R.P.D 



17 years 
16 

12 
11 
12 

12 
11 
16 
5 
16 

5 

6 
11 
16 



$ c. 
10,756.87 
7,251.24 
5,657.70 
7,945.13 
2,222.05 

6,974.63 
10,900.67 
4,457.95 
7,099.18 
2,521.03 

5,781.66 

1.187.70 

22,985.27 

7,227.28 



$1 



,073,533.56 



6 years 
6 

6 

13 
4 



3,139.05 

218.73 

3,846.58 

10,255.49 

1,997.50 

5,613.15 
4,462.83 
183.35 
1,885.65 
3,255.72 

724.36 
3,528.64 

380.00 

38.31 

2,048.94 

2,882.03 
635.26 
779.17 

1,485.30 
46.22 

1,710.15 
7,889.08 
38.66 
9,164.78 
1,375.89 

66.54 



Note — For townships included in rural power districts see "Cost of Power' 
preceding. 



statement 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



223 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 



G.B.— SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with its 

proportionate share of other Sinking Funds, provided out of 

other revenues of the system, and interest allowed 

thereon to October 31, 1935 



Rural power district 



Period 
of years 

ending 

Oct. 31, 

1935 



Amount 



Rural power district 



Period 
of years 

ending 

Oct. 31, 

1935 



Amount 



Medonte R.P.D 

Midland R.P.D 

Neustadt R.P.D 

Nottawasaga R.P.D. 

Orangeville R.P.D... 
Owen Sound R.P.D. 

Port Perry R.P.D 

Ripley R.P.D 

Sauble R.P.D 



Shelburne R.P.D 

Sparrow Lake R.P.D. 
Tara R.P.D 



6 years 


5 


■ 


9 


' 


14 


' 


9 


< 


5 


< 


13 


« 


10 


' 


5 


« 


10 


« 


11 


' 


11 


' 



$ 

745, 

905, 

42, 

2,967. 

2,297, 

558, 

5,678, 

531, 

465. 

1,411. 
5,817. 
2,841. 



Thornton R.P.D. 
Utterson R.P.D.. 



Uxbridge R.P.D 

Wasaga Beach R.P.D. 
Wroxeter R.P.D 



6 years 

6 " 

11 " 
13 " 

7 " 



$ c. 

700.44 

2,325.03 

5,816.95 

10,459.80 

5,948.73 



Total— Rural power districts. ...$117,166.00 

Total— Municipalities $1,073,533 . 56 

Total— Rural power districts.... 117,166.00 

Grand Total $1,190,699.56 



Note — For townships included in rural power districts see "Cost of Power" statement 
preceding. 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEMt-RURAL LINES 

Statement showing Interest, Sinking Fund, Renewals and Contingencies charged by 
the Commission to the Municipalities which operate the respective 
rural lines for the year ending October 31, 1935 



Operated by 


Capital 
cost 


Interest 


Sinking 
fund 


Renewals 


Contin- 
gencies 


Total interest, 
sinking fund, 
renewals and 
contingencies 
charged 


Brechin 


$ c. 
922.02 

1,885.41 


$ c. 

48.22 
105.77 


$ c. 
16.60 
33.94 


$ c. 
18.44 
37.71 


$ c. 
9.22 

18.85 


$ c. 
92.48 


Flesherton 


196.27 






Totals 


2,807.43 


153.99 


50.54 


56.15 


28.07 


288.75 







GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— RURAL LINES 

Statement showing the total Sinking Fund paid in respect of each line, together 
with interest allowed thereon to October 31, 1935 



Lines operated by 


Period of years 
ending October 31, 1935 


Amount 


Brechin 


17 years 

18 " 


$ c. 
362.45 


Flesherton 


656.13 






Total 




1,018.58 









224 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost — under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost; 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost 



Municipality 



Interim rates 

per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 
Jan. 1 
1935 



To 

Oct. 31 

1935 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system 

on which 

interest and 

fixed 

charges are 

payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 
in year 

after cor- 
rection 

for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and Interest 

adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Alexandria. 
Apple Hill.. 

Athens 

Bath 

Belleville... 



Bloomfield 

Bowmanville. 

Brighton 

Brockville 

Cardinal 



Carleton Place. 

Chesterville 

Cobourg 

Colborne 

Deseronto 



Finch 

Hastings 

Havelock 

Kemptville 
Lakefield 



Lanark 

Lancaster 
Lindsay... 

Madoc 

Marmora. 



Martintown 

Maxville 

Napanee 

Norwood 

Oshawa 



Ottawa 

Ottawa 

Perth 

Peterborough 
Picton 



Port Hope 

Prescott 

Richmond 

Russell 

Smiths Falls 



$ c. 
66.00 
57.00 
60.00 
80.00 
37.00 



43.00 
34.00 
42.00 

37.00 
44.00 
41.00 
41.00 
56.00 

65.00 
52.00 
53.00 
42.50 
48.00 

50.00 
90.00 
43.00 
50.00 
52.00 

52.00 
66.00 
40.00 
43.00 
35.00 

26.90 



35.00 
33.00 
48.00 

42.00 
33.00 
55.00 
64.00 
32.00 



$ c. 
63.00 
55.00 
55.00 
78.00 
35.00 

56.00 
38.00 
40.00 
32.00 
38.00 

35.00 
44.00 
38.00 
40.00 
53.00 

61.00 
50.00 
53.00 
42.00 
46.00 

47.00 
80.00 
42.00 
46.00 
49.00 

50.00 
60.00 
38.00 
43.00 
36.00 

25.00 



33.00 
32.00 
48.00 

39.00 
32.00 
55.00 
64.00 
30.00 



$ c. 
89,894.43 
11,207.26 
28,984.55 
17,930.48 
767,525.69 

25,895.95 
387,569.86 

55,274.20 
431,444.90 

27,911.37 

226,409.88 
46,452.11 

293,899.96 
30,205.18 
44,228.75 

20,223.21 
26,826.67 
47,144.21 
73,364.50 
58,800.55 

21,086.29 
19,016.15 
416,524.66 
40,412.23 
26,439.62 

6,288.32 

31,329.56 

194,420.74 

22,397.95 

2,454,158.21 



791,555 

964. 

221,506 

1,222,824 

252,564 



262,115.97 

126,956.70 

17,854.26 

20,210.17 

256,165.86 



193.6 
31.1 

78.4 

27.7 

3,930.0 

67.4 
1,772.3 

238.6 
2,486.8 

151.3 

1,098.8 
192.3 

1,373.4 
124.7 
122.6 

51.4 

81.5 

121.4 

294.6 

193.5 

67.3 
35.2 

1,777.5 

147.0 

94.2 

23.0 

74.5 

896.3 

91.9 

11,124.5 

7,300.7 

18,824.2 

1,216.0 

6,710.2 

816.2 

1,245.1 

798.0 

45.3 

50.3 

1,647.9 



$ c. 
1,541.80 
247.68 
624.37 
220.60 
31,297.97 

536.76 
14,114.35 

1,900.18 
19,804.53 

1,204.93 

8,750.69 

1,531.45 

10,937.57 

993.09 

976.37 

409.34 

649.05 

966.81 

2,346.15 

1,541.01 

535.97 

280.33 

14,155.76 

1,170.69 

750.20 

183.17 

593.31 

7,138.01 

731.88 

88,593.96 

58,141.75 
207,065.85 

9,684.05 
53,439.10 

6,500.10 

9,915.80 

6,355.16 

360.76 

400.58 

13,123.65 



$ c. 
2,026.53 
315.03 
749.24 
263.08 
27,515.81 



755. 
13,238, 

2,368. 
13,737 

1,272 



7,570.01 
1,668.44 
10,944.89 
1,036.81 
1,820.33 



577, 

810. 

1,325 

2,444, 

2,060 



428.70 

555.21 

15,822.00 

1,686.67 

937.87 

311.7C 

796.10 

7,254.93 

1,060.44 

77,924.65 

30,102.08 
162.68 

7,050.50 
38,346.18 

7,672.49 

11,956.39 

4,786.08 

749.33 

528.66 

9,301.50 



$ c. 
3,950.59 

494.84 
1,288.79 

802.33 
34,109.75 

1,149.47 
17,331.10 

2,460.65 
18,853.29 

1,245.25 

9,968.65 
2,003.01 
13,143.34 
1,353.39 
1,974.04 

898.92 
1,199.83 
2,088.07 
3,222.10 
2,614.72 

931.16 

832.91 

18,516.64 

1,800.02 

1,175.12 

277.00 
1,381.79 
8,611.04 

991.72 
109,161.09 

35,253.02 

43.34 

9,773.62 

54,288.70 
11,232.34 

11,671.17 

5,573.17 

796.85 

893.23 

11,239.82 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



225 



SYSTEM 



ED.— COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1935 



costs and fixed charges 



Renewals 



Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Cost in 
excess of 

revenue 
from power 

sold to 

private 
companies 



Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 



Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 



Amounts remaining to 
be credited or charged 
to each municipality 
upon ascertainment of 
the actual cost of power 
by annual adjustment 



Credited Charged 



$ c. 

1,556.72 
185.40 
482.02 
300.43 

7,095.32 

376.58 
4,034.44 

605.08 
5,499.90 

369.74 

3,187.69 
689.47 

2,997.63 
342.57 
627.08 

340.44 
365.61 

688.29 
1,097.69 

770.22 

339.52 
336.47 
4,602.80 
499.47 
330.89 

97.11 

533.79 

1,991.03 

255.22 

25,730.67 

6,728.21 

19.29 

2,944.93 

10,384.18 

3,339.51 

2,630.95 

1,544.99 

300.60 

341.53 

3,110.57 

8— H.E. 



$ C. 

281.62 

42.09 

94.60 

52.24 

2,490.56 

78.91 
1,227.80 

190.38 
1,643.40 

116.02 

848.30 
169.56 
962.30 
105.69 
162.84 

66.25 

88.70 
150.09 
260.17 
184.05 

75.73 

60.38 

1,290.44 

132.25 

94.81 

23.44 
103.77 
641.29 

80.39 
7,594.70 

3,345.47 
4.82 

855.04 
3,642.55 

755.27 

846.81 

498.06 

56.52 

66.07 

1,021.27 



$ c. 


$ c. 


924.92 


420.02 


114.53 


67.47 


296.43 


170.09 


185.67 


60.10 


7,635.72 


8,526.30 


265.15 


146.23 


3,882.91 


3,845.08 


555.36 


517.65 


4,248.29 


5,395.20 


276.97 


328.25 


2,261.80 


2,383.89 


467.59 


417.20 


2,941.18 


2,979.65 


304.11 


270.54 


451.82 


265.99 


207.20 


111.51 


273.37 


176.82 


482.86 


263.38 


734.37 


639.15 


597.54 


419.81 


214.49 


146.01 


196.29 


76.37 


4,187.32 


3,856.36 


408.85 


318.92 


267.69 


204.37 


63.64 


49.90 


321.56 


161.63 


1,937.74 


1,944.56 


225.57 


199.38 


24,586.86 


24,135.06 


7,518.73 


15,839.16 


10.16 




2,196.20 


2,638.16 


12,126.31 


14,558.05 


2,568.23 


1,770.78 


2,620.79 


2,701.30 


1,247.48 


1,731.29 


182.94 


98.28 


207.17 


109.13 


2,512.77 


3,575.19 



$ c. 

10,702.20 

1,467.04 

3,705.54 

1,884.45 

118,671.43 

3,308.88 
57,674.00 

8,597.31 
69,182.02 

4,814.45 

.34,971.03 
6,946.72 

44,906.56 
4,406.20 
6,278.47 

2,611.15 
3,563.56 
5,964.80 
10,744.59 
8,187.94 

2,671.58 
2,337.96 
62,431.32 
6,016.87 
3,760.95 

1,005.96 

3,891.95 

29,518.60 

3,544.60 

357,726.99 

156,928.42 
207,306.14 

35,142.50 
186,785.07 

33,838.72 

42,343.21 
21,736.23 

2,545.28 
2,546.37 

43,884.77 



$ c. 

12,308.87 

1,720.99 

4,384.89 

2,168.14 

138,845.94 

3,828.56 
68,457.22 

9,682.30 
80,419.75 

5,855.59 

38,820.62 
8,462.62 

52,927.44 
5,009.08 
6,563.05 

3,173.46 
4,102.68 
6,433.75 
12,398.17 
8,980.65 

3,200.45 
2,876.81 
74,969.46 
6,868.51 
4,666.68 

1,156.52 

4,551.75 

34,361.35 

3,950.58 

398,819.43 

184,922.83 
207,306.14 

40,538.40 
215,841.89 

39,175.20 

49,178.64 

25,665.29 

2,493.76 

3,216.49 

49,981.54 



$ c. 
1,606.67 
253.95 
679.35 
283.69 
20,174.51 

519.68 
10,783.22 

1,084.99 
11,237.73 

1,041.44 

3,849.59 
1,515.90 

8,020.88 
602.88 
284.58 

562.31 
539.12 
468.95 
1,653.58 
792.71 

528.87 
538.85 
12,538.14 
851.64 
905.73 



150.56 

659.80 

4,842.75 

405.98 

41,092.44 



27,994.41 



5,395.90 

29,056.82 

5,336.48 

6,835.43 
3,929.06 



670.12 
6,096.77 



►*?' 



51.52 



226 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost — under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost; 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost 



Municipality 



Interim rates 

per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Jan. 1 
1935 



To 

Oct. 31 

1935 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system 

on which 

interest and 

fixed 

charges are 

payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 
in year 

after cor- 
rection 

for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Stirling 

Trenton 

Tweed 

Warkworth. 
Wellington.. 



Westport 

Whitby 

Williamsburg. 
Winchester 



$ c. 
34.50 
32.00 
63.00 
53.00 
47.00 

80.00 
40.00 
40.00 
40.00 



$ c. 
33.00 
30.00 
59.00 
50.00 
45.00 

75.00 
38.00 
36.00 
40.00 



$ c. 
40,385.10 
457,108.39 
57,250.66 
18,673.83 
46,824.10 

37,385.87 

212,488.86 

33,231.63 

51,290.18 



Totals — Municipalities 



10,070,625.17 



Rural Power District 

Alexandria R.P.D. — Hawkesbury 
E. and Lochiel twps 

Arnprior R.P.D. — Fitzroy and 
March twps 

Belleville R.P.D.— Huntingdon, 
Sidney, Thurlow and Tyendinaga 
twps 

Bowmanville R.P.D. —Darlington 
twp 

Brighton R.P.D.— Brighton, Cra 
mahe and Murray twps 



15,220.23 



Brockville R.P.D. — Augusta, Eliza- 
bethtown, Escott Front, Leeds and 
Lansdowne Front, Leeds and Lans- 
downe Rear, Yonge and Escott 
Rear and Yonge Front twps 

Campbellford R.P.D. — Rawdon 
and Seymour twps 

Carleton Place R.P.D. — Ramsay 
twp 

Chesterville R.P.D. — Cambridge, 
Finch, Osnabruck, Russell, Wil- 
liamsburg and Winchester twps 

Cobourg R.P.D.— Alnwick, Haldi- 
mand, Hamilton and Hope twps 



62,376.72 

24,767.09 

5,397.66 



55,550.66 
11,979.90 



Colborne R.P.D. — Cramahe and 
Haldimand twps 

Fenelon Falls R.P.D. — Bexley, 
Fenelon, Laxton, Digby, Longford, 
Somerville and Verulam twps 



54,477.05 
55,027.09 

23,813.63 

18,075.22 



232.0 

2,797.9 

150.4 

60.7 

163.4 

63.0 
953.9 
197.7 
243.6 



70,479.3 



31.7 



310.1 

110.4 

23.3 



275.2 
65.6 



191.3 

248.7 

92.9 
66.8 



1,847.62 

22,282.08 

1,197.76 

483.41 

1,301.29 

501.72 
7,596.73 
1,574.46 
1,940.00 



618,439.85 



252.45 
1,069.50 

2,469.60 
879.21 

185.56 



2,191.65 

522.43 

14.55 

1,523.49 
1,980.61 

739.84 

531.99 



$ c. 

1,407.53 

13,014.39 

2,217.53 

615.90 
1,429.74 

702.79 
6,448.37 
1,457.51 
1,933.16 



339,162.28 



271.69 



1,944.78 
812.08 
194.51 



1,654.56 
287.10 



1,376.80 
1,681.28 

616.46 

646.68 



1,794.97 

20,425.01 

2,555.35 

830.67 

2,081.74 

1,673.01 
9,433.89 
1,479.05 
2,249.41 



447,118.98 



677.23 



2,756.41 

1,100.47 

239.35 



2,435.70 
527.20 



2,409.03 
2,425.38 

1,055.18 

806.08 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



227 



SYSTEM 



E.O.—COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1935 



costs and fixed charges 


Cost in 
excess of 

revenue 
from power 

sold to 

private 
companies 


Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 


Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 






Renewals 


Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


Amounts remaining to 
be credited or charged 
to each municipality 
upon ascertainment of 
the actual cost of power 
by annual adjustment 














Credited Charged 


$ c. 
320.37 


$ c. 
122.57 
1,372.72 
171.78 
61.08 
147.97 


$ c. 
398.91 
4,500.59 
585.73 
189.85 
474.79 


$ c. 
503.33 
6,070.15 
326.30 
131.69 
354.50 


$ c. 
6,395.30 
70,939.46 
7,883.50 
2,558.77 
6,383.83 


$ c. 
7,720.77 
84,890.98 
8,981.22 
3,065.21 
7,409.30 


$ c. 

1,325.47 

13,951.52 

1,097.72 

506.44 
1,025.47 


$ c. 


3,274.52 




829.05 




246.17 




593.80 




670.77 


123.54 
627.65 
133.60 
197.97 


386.61 

2,130.83 

327.78 

512.80 


136.68 
2,069.53 

428.92 
528.50 


4,195.12 

30,556.20 

5,819.66 

8,084.16 


4,774.65 

36,569.31 

7,258.96 

9,742.95 


579.53 
6,013.11 
1,439.30 

1,658.79 




2,249.20 




418.34 




722.32 








106,998.59 


33,363.53 


100,216.47 


112,067.83 


1,757,367.53 


1,998,698.84 


241,382.83 


51.52 


264.92 


48.61 


156.72 


68.77 


1,740.39 
1,069.50 


1,740.39 
1,069.50 


see page 

«< 


233 


596.15 


205.51 


621.62 


672.78 


9,266.85 


9,266.85 


<« 


<< 


263.81 


79.61 


248.46 


239.52 


3,623.16 


3,623.16 


«< 


<< 


59.09 


18.59 


54.23 


50.55 


801.88 


801.88 


«« 


<< 


768.16 


207.73 


554.12 


597.06 


8,408.98 


8,408.98 




<< 


102.03 


38.60 


118.83 


142.32 


1,738.51 
14.55 

7,322.04 


1,738.51 
14.55 

7,322.04 




it 


851.23 


194.23 


552.23 


415.03 


(i 


578.93 


183.12 


551.63 


539.56 


7,940.51 


7,940.51 




<( 


281.43 


85.29 


240.37 


201.55 


3,220.12 


3,220.12 




<« 


221.41 


59.79 


182.86 


144.93 


2,593.74 


2,593.74 




« 



228 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the cost — under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost; 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost 



Rural power district 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system 

on which 

interest and 

fixed 

charges are 

payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 
in year 

after cor- 
rection 

for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Iroquois R.P.D. — Gower S., Matil- 
da, Mountain, Oxford, Williams- 
burg and Winchester twps 

Kemptville R.P.D.— Oxford twp 

Kingston R.P.D.— Bedford, Ernes- 
town, Hinchingbrooke, Kingston, 
Leeds and Lansdowne Front, 
Loughborough, Oso, Pittsburgh, 
Portland and Storrington twps 

Lakefield R.P.D.— Burleigh and An- 
struther, Douro, Harvey and 
Smith twps 

Lindsay R.P.D. — Fenelon, Ops and 

1 Verulam twps 

Martintown R.P.D. — Charlotten- 
burg and Lancaster twps 

Maxville R.P.D. — Caledonia, Ken- 
yon, Plantagenet N., Plantagenet 
S. and Roxborough twps 

Millbrook R.P.D.— Cavan, Man- 
vers and Monaghan S. twps 

Napanee R.P.D.— Camden E., Er- 
nesto wn, Fredericksburg N., Fred- 
ericksburg S., Hungerford, Port- 
land, Richmond, Sheffield and 
Tyendinaga twps 

Nepean R.P.D. — Clarence, Cumber- 
land, Gloucester, Goulburn, Gower 
N., March, Nepean and Osgoode 
twps 

Newcastle R.P.D.— Clarke, Dar- 
lington and Man vers twps 

Norwood R.P.D.— Asphodel, Bel- 
mont and Methuen, Dummer and 
Seymour twps 

Omemee R.P.D. — Emily and Ops 
twps 

Oshawa R.P.D. — Darlington, Pick- 
ering, Uxbridge, Whitby and 
Whitby E. twps 

Perth R.P.D.— Bathurst, Burgess 
N.,Dalhousie and Sherbrooke N., 
Drummond, Elmsley N. and Elm- 
sley S. twps 



$ c. 



53,010.94 

5,788.20 



77,091.58 

10,755.44 

6,770.56 

19,523.41 

64,312.78 
13,092.64 



53,821.81 

81,174.58 
16,114.47 

7,100.43 
1,336.92 

159,482.14 

10,401.19 





$ c. 


396.1 
21.9 


3,154.49 
174.41 


325.5 


3,659.23 


40.9 


325.72 


23.6 


187.95 


58.1 


462.70 


159.8 


1,272.63 


43.4 


345.63 


204.1 


1,625.43 


613.4 


4,885.95 


61.2 


487.39 


21.3 


169.63 


4.8 


38.23 


709.6 


5,651.15 


37.1 


420.29 



1,749.99 

182.85 



2,037.49 

300.40 
196.13 

486.12 

1,223.55 
509.62 



1,286.60 

2,567.19 
470.57 

208.03 
47.42 

6,242.24 

415.34 



$ c. 



2,342.75 
256.03 



3,412.79 

478.04 
278.90 
854.82 

2,857.23 
576.02 



2,380.00 

3,569.42 
713.24 

313.99 
59.39 

7,061.43 

413.91 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



229 



SYSTEM 



E.O.—COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1935 



costs and i 
Renewals 


ixed charge 

Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 


»s 

Sinking 
fund 


Cost in 
excess of 

revenue 
from power 

sold to 

private 
companies 


Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 


Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 


Amounts remaining to 
be credited or charged 
to each municipality 
upon ascertainment of 
the actual cost of power 
by annual adjustment 

Credited Charged 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


566.76 

88.28 


206.72 
21.02 


513.84 
58.11 


859.36 
47.51 


9,393.91 

828.21 


9,393.91 

828.21 


see page 


233 

<< 


858.37 


248.02 


774.94 


706.19 


11,697.03 


11,697.03 


<< 


<« 


129.34 


32.49 


108.68 


88.73 


1,463.40 


1,463.40 


» 


<< 


76.11 


20.84 


63.49 


51.20 


874.62 


874.62 


<« 


<< 


318.09 


67.94 


199.08 


126.05 


2,514.80 


2,415.80 


" 


" 


1,087.20 


220.71 


659.33 


346.69 


7,667.34 


7,667.34 


(< 


«« 


168.10 


45.32 


131.58 


94.16 


1,870.43 


1,870.43 


(< 


<< 


646.89 


178.64 


543.13 


442.81 


7,103.50 


7,103.50 


<< 


" 


858.66 


351.06 


786.17 


1,330.80 


14,348.33 


14,348.33 


<« 


<« 


193.94 


55.47 


162.84 


132.78 


2,216.23 


2,216.23 


<< 


<< 


97.33 


24.35 


72.39 


46.21 


931.93 


931.93 


«< 


«< 


16.67 


4.61 


13.54 


10.41 


190.27 


190.27 


<« 


<< 


1,700.57 


489.10 


1,599.53 


1,539.51 


24,283.53 


24,283.53 


<« 


<« 


140.53 


38.75 


93.68 


80.49 


1,602.99 


1,602.99 


» 


«« 



230 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO 



Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost — under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost; 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost 





Share of 

capital cost 

of system 

on which 

interest and 

fixed 

charges are 

payable 


Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 
in year 

after cor- 
rection 

for power 
factor 


Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 


Share of operating 


Rural Power district 


Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 


Interest 


Peterborough R.P.D. — Cavan, 
Douro, Monaghan N., Monahgan 
S., Otonabee and Smith twps 


$ c. 

91,093.82 
20,660.44 


470.1 
120.1 


$ 

3,743 

1,118 

665 

1,233 
363 

1,771 

24 

1,551 

485 


c. 

81 
41 

88 

60 

95 

16 
69 

35 

80 


$ ' c. 

3,036.31 
1,009.89 


$ c. 

4,021.07 
895.97 


Prescott R.P.D. —Augusta, Ed- 
wardsburg and Matilda twps 


Renfrew R.P.D. — Admaston, Brom- 
ley and Horton twps 




Smiths Falls R.P.D.— Bastard and 
Burgess S., Crosby S., Kitley, 
Montague and Wolford twps. 


36,691.46 

8,686.41 

39,051.59 
695.26 

56,642.44 

10,253.56 


154.9 

45.7 

222.4 
3.1 

194.8 

61.0 


887.28 

370.09 

1,514.15 
27.91 

1,444.54 

333.83 


1,620.73 
381.26 


Stirling R.P.D.— Rawdon and Sid- 
ney twps 


Trenton R.P.D.— Brighton, Mur- 
ray and Sidney twps 


1,738.42 


Warkworth R.P.D.— Percy twp... 
Wellington R.P.D. — Ameliasburg, 

Athol, Hallowell, Hillier, Murray 

and Sophiasburg twps... 


30.69 

2,488.23 


Williamsburg R.P.D.— Matilda 

and Williamsburg twps 


454.48 






Totals — Rural power districts 


1,170,237.32 


5,408.9 


46,179 


44 


36,033.48 


51,630.84 






Totals — Municipalities 


10,070,625.17 
1,170,237.32 
5,627,449.25 

137,807.52 

26,487.86 
276,156.97 


70,479.3 

5,408.9 

21,605.5 

285.3 


618,439.85 
46,179.44 
172,063.19 

2,272.08 


339,162.28 

36,033.48 

168.693.39 

8,066.77 

16,440.78 
34,433.93 

602,830.63 


447,118.98 


Totals — Rural power districts 


51,630.84 


Totals — Companies 


252,600.66 


Totals — Local electric distribution 
systems 


6,179.24 


Totals — Local gas distribution sys- 
tem 


1,190.01 


Totals— Pulp mill 


1,298.5 
99,077.5 


10,341.07 
849,295.63 


12,405.35 






Non-operating capital 


17,308,764.09 
107,993.00 








Grand totals 


17,416,757.09 


771,125.08 







1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



231 



SYSTEM 



E.O.—COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1935 



costs and fixed charges 


Cost in 
excess of 

revenue 
from power 

sold to 

private 
companies 


Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 


Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 






Renewals 


Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


Amounts r 
be creditec 
to each m 
upon ascer 
the actual c 
by annual 

Credited 


emaining to 
[ or charged 
unicipality 
tainment of 
ost of power 
adjustment 

Charged 


$ c. 

836.00 
263.58 


$ c. 

281.44 
82.73 


$ c. 

906.68 
204.10 


$ c. 

1,019.90 
260.56 


$ c. 

13,845.21 

3,835.24 

665.88 

5,144.85 

1,406.25 

6,330.05 
106.86 

7,371.12 

1,677.89 


$ c. 

13,845.21 

3,835.24 

665.88 

5,144.85 

1,406.25 

6,330.05 
106.86 

7,371.12 

1,677.89 


$ c. 
see page 

«< 
<< 
«< 

a 


$ c. 

233 

<< 

<« 


544.62 

77.73 

314.62 
7.40 

713.70 

129.08 


153.54 

27.80 

122.84 
2.47 

181.59 

41.22 


369.01 

86.27 

386.35 
6.97 

569.09 

101.14 


336.07 

99.15 

482.51 
6.73 

422.62 

132.34 


<< 
«« 
<< 

<< 
«« 


13,820.73 


4,019.75 


11,691.01 


11,734.85 


175,110.10 


175,110.10 


" 


<< 


106,998.59 
13,820.73 


33,363.53 

4,019.75 

14,335.52 

268.72 


100,216.47 
11,691.01 
51,146.99 

844.76 


112,067.83 

11,734.85 

(98,468.81) 

5,067.12 

(1,925.37) 
(28,475.62) 


1,757,367.53 
175,110.10 
617,971.36 

24,727.23 

15,705.42 
34,409.52 


1,998,698.84 
175,110.10 
617,971.36 

24,727.23 

15,705.42 
34,409.52 


241,382.83 


51.52 


57,600.42 






2,028.54 












2,799.98 


695.49 


2,209.32 












183,248.26 


52,683.01 


166,108.55 




2,625,291.16 


2,866,622.47 


241,382.83 


51.52 









232 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 



Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 
and the amounts remaining to be credited to certain Districts or charged to 

(by annual adjustment) of the actual costs 



Rural power district 


Total capital cost of each district, Provincial 

Government grant received and applied 

thereagainst, and the balance representing 

the investment by the Commission 


Costofpower 

delivered to 

districts as 

shown in 

"cost of 

power" table 

preceding 


Cost of 
operation 




Total 
capita! cost 


Government 
grant 


Commission's 
investment 


maintenance 
and admin- 
istration 


Alexandria R.P.D 

Arnprior R.P.D 

Belleville R.P.D 

Bowmanville R.P.D.. 
Brighton R.P.D 

Brockville R.P.D 

Campbellford R.P.D. 
GarletonPlaceR.P.D. 

Ghesterville R.P.D 

Cobourg R.P.D 

Colborne R.P.D. 


$ c. 

28,935.82 

16,374.79 

153,931.34 

48,549.80 
15,602.80 

*232,091.27 

37,503.98 

897.79 

*100,779.64 

202,438.28 

61,197.51 
67,639.66 

178,977.34 
11,466.23 

292,749.97 

*53,802.35 
43,097.44 
48,578.36 

119,945.55 
35,263.18 

*214,896.15 

*348,399.59 

*43,114.69 

*19,535.66 

7,242.46 

308,212.83 

33,685.08 

*190,557.08 

77,095.72 

14,865.20 

*141,086.38 

*51,658.49 

*82,575.58 

*2,390.45 

*190,714.05 

38,008.84 


$ c. 
14,467.91 

6,726.35 
76,257.98 
24,274.90 

7,801.40 

113,825.00 

18,751.99 

448.89 

48,610.89 

100,482.92 

30,598.76 

33,261.25 

89,145.32 

5,586.29 

142,328.78 

26,790.50 
21,548.72 
24,289.18 
59,972.77 
17,347.69 

104,197.61 

169,801.17 

20,626.64 

9,480.34 

3,621.23 

150,662.14 

16,842.54 

95,167.87 

38,366.76 

7,432.60 

68,391.97 
23,452.50 
41,194.40 
1,008.45 
94,730.30 

19,004.42 


$ c. 
14,467.91 

9,648.44 
77,673.36 
24,274.90 

7,801.40 

118,266.27 

18,751.99 

448.90 

52,168.75 

101,955.36 

30,598.75 

34,378.41 

89,832.02 

5,879.94 

150,421.19 

27,011.85 
21,548.72 
24,289.18 
59,972.78 
17,915.49 

110,698.54 

178,598.42 

22,488.05 

10,055.32 

3,621.23 

157,550.69 

16,842.54 

95,389.21 

38,728.96 

7,432.60 

72,694.41 
28,205.99 
41,381.18 
1,382.00 
95,983.75 

19,004.42 


$ c. 
1,740.39 
1,069.50 
9,266.85 
3,623.16 

801.88 

8,408.98 
1,738.51 
14.55 
7,322.04 
7,940.51 

3,220.12 

2,593.74 

9,393.91 

828.21 

11,697.03 

1,463.40 
874 . 62 
2,514.80 
7,667.34 
1,870.43 

7,103.50 

14,348.33 

2,216.23 

931.93 

190.27 

24,283.53 
1,602.99 

13,845.21 

3,835.24 

665.88 

5,144.85 
1,406.25 
6,330.05 
106.86 
7,371.12 

1,677.89 


$ c. 
1,157.14 

568.54 
4,664.01 
1,213.28 

656.04 

9,300.27 
1,444.73 
21.49 
4,942.43 
4,747.07 

2,946.92 


FenelonFallsR.P.D. 

Iroquois R.P.D 

Kemptville R.P.D 

Kingston R.P.D 

Lakefield R.P.D 

Lindsay R.P.D. 


1,550.49 

5,757.48 

359.45 

11,130.41 

764.98 
1,055.53 


Martintown R.P.D. 

Maxville R.P.D 

Millbrook R.P.D 

Napanee R.P.D. 


2,087.61 
3,506.71 
1,060.85 

4,274.95 


Nepean R.P.D. 


13,219.32 


Newcastle R.P.D 

Norwood R.P.D 

Omemee R.P.D. . 


908.99 

623.37 

51.05 


Oshawa R.P.D 

Perth R.P.D 

Peterborough R.P.D. 

Prescott R.P.D 

Renfrew R.P.D. 


10,929.30 
1,363.59 
5,879.46 
3,224.83 

827.74 


Smiths Falls R.P.D. 
Stirling R.P.D 


5,847.29 
834.46 


Trenton R.P.D 

Warkworth R.P.D 

Wellington R.P.D 

Williamsburg R.P.D. 


2,329.09 

138.20 

5,558.44 

1,577.01 


Total capital 


3,513,861.35 
21,745.86 


1,726,498.43 
10,872.93 


1,787,362.92 
10,872.93 






Non-operating capital 










Totals 


3,535,607.21 


1,737,371.36 


1,798,235.85 


175,110.10 


116,522.52 







Note — Items marked * include portions of transmission lines aggregating $25,945.82 
used for purposes of rural power districts. 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



233 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



E.O.— RURAL OPERATING 



District, the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within each District, 
the Municipalities comprising certain other Districts upon ascertainment 
in the year ending October 31, 1935 



Distribution costs and fixed charges 



Interest 



Renewals 



Obsoles- 
cence 
and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Total 
cost 



Revenue 

from 

power 

and light 

customers 

in each 

district 



Amounts remaining 
to be credited to 

certain districts or 
charged to the • 
municipalities 

comprising certain 
other districts 



Credited Charged 



$ c. 

634.65 

403.44 
3,435.69 
1,022.72 

348.22 

5,271.99 

816.34 

20.11 

2,270.27 

4,398.34 

1,343.09 
1,273.00 
4,011.41 
262.73 
6,340.64 

1,199.20 

937.52 

1,063.51 

2,677.21 

770.35 

4,898.98 

7,938.80 

990.32 

451.75 

162.28 

6,832.62 

738.78 

4,119.62 

1,729.66 

310.05 

2,830.22 
1,264.17 
1,811.02 
46.94 
3,944.37 

838.43 



$ c. 
565.05 
315.59 
3,031.30 
910.57 
310.03 

4,605.06 

726.82 

17.95 

1,950.14 

3,886.57 

1,195.81 
1,115.65 
3,557.79 

228.04 
5,384.40 

1,063.27 
834.71 
946.89 

2,383.63 
674.51 

4,202.78 

6,892.29 

844.50 

390.71 

144.48 

5,946.66 

657.77 

3,663.44 

1,532.74 

266.96 

2,434.21 
1,030.46 
1,608.69 
34.33 
3,490.93 

746.50 



$ c. 
282 . 52 
135.48 
1,515.64 
455.29 
155.01 

2,302.52 

363.41 

8.97 

975.07 

1,943.28 

597.91 
557.83 

1,778.90 
114.02 

2,692.20 

531.63 
417.35 
473.45 
1,191.81 
337.26 

2,101.39 

3,446.15 

422.25 

195.36 

72.24 

2,973.32 

328.89 

1,831.72 

766.38 

133.48 

1,217.11 

515.22 

804.35 

17.16 

1,745.47 

373.25 



$ c. 
148.75 

71.33 
805.26 
239.70 

81.62 

1,235.66 

191.34 

4.73 

532.12 

1,030.90 

314.80 

298.37 

940.20 

61.58 

1,486.13 

281.07 
219.74 
249.27 
627.49 
180.55 

1,148.24 
1,860.71 

232.10 

105. 
38.04 

1,601.44 
173.16 
965.57 
405.40 

72.85 

663.35 
29.6.30 
424.46 
11.00 
924.50 

196.51 



$ c. 
4,528.50 
2,563.88 
22,718.75 
7,464.72 
2,352.80 

31,124.48 

5,281.15 

87.80 

17,992.07 

23,946.67 

9,618.65 
7,389.08 

25,439.69 
1,854.03 

.38,730.81 

5,303.55 
4,339.47 
7,335.53 
18,054.19 
4,893.95 

23,729.84 

47,705.60 

5,614.39 

2,699.00 

658.36 

52,566.87 

4,865.18 

30,305.02 

11,494.25 

2,276.96 

18,137.03 

5,346.86 

13,307.66 

354.49 

23,034.83 

5,409.59 



$ c. 
3,747.62 
2,394.41 
26,116.51 
8,090.77 
2,554.63 

32,723.18 

4,288.55 

48.02 

16,800.62 

23,651.21 

8,384.93 
7,967.70 

28,389.35 
1,948.22 

36,944.49 

4,424.05 
4,352.11 
6,929.05 
16,950.56 
4,943.81 

22,908.25 

50,050.92 

6,502.85 

2,137.90 

426.43 

54,855.48 

3,285.91 

31,760.63 

10,828.08 

1,911.51 

17,178.87 

5,071.58 

15,323.78 

289.37 

21,395.48 

5,841.47 



c. 



3,397.76 
626.05 
201.83 

1,598.70 



578.62 

2,949.66 

94.19 



12.64 



49.86 



2,345.32 

888.46 



2,288.61 



1,455.61 



2,016.12 



431.88 



$ c. 
780.88 
169.47 



992.60 

39.78 

1,191.45 

295.46 

1,233.72 



1,7&6.32 
879.50 



406.48 
1,103.63 



821.59 



561.10 
231.93 



1,579.27 



666.17 
365.45 

958.16 

275.28 



65.12 
1,639.35 



77,408.44 



67,591.23 



33,773.29 



18,120.12 



488,525.70 491,418.30 



18,935.31 



16,042.71 



Note — For townships included in rural power districts see "Cost of Power" statement 
preceding. 



234 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ending October 31, 1935, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1934 


Cash receipts and pay- 
ments on account of 
such credits and charges, 
also adjustments made 
during the year 




Credit 


Charge 


Credited Charged 


Alexandria 


Jan. 1921 
April 1921 
Jan. 1929 
Nov. 1931 
April 1929 

April 1919 
Oct. 1931 
Nov. 1929 
April 1915 
July 1930 

May 1919 
April 1914 
Jan. 1932 
Jan. 1933 
Jan. 1931 

Feb. 1928 
June 1931 
Feb. 1921 
Dec. 1921 
Aug. 1920 

Sept. 1921 
May 1921 
Mar. 1928 
Jan. 1930 
Jan. 1921 

May 1921 
Feb. 1921 
Nov. 1929 
Feb. 1921 
Feb. 1929 

Jan. 1914 
Feb. 1919 
Mar. 1913 
April 1919 
Nov. 1929 

Dec. 1913 
Aug. 1928 
Feb. 1926 
Sept. 1918 
Jan. 1930 

Sept. 1931 
Dec. 1930 
Oct. 1923 
April 1919 
Nov. 1931 

Jan. 1926 
April 1915 


$ c. 
971.73 
97.99 
668.00 
200.20 
15,846.82 

549.60 
7,438.13 
1,443.32 
9,374.34 

840.65 

4,990.97 
308.43 

5,722.34 
305.79 
579.92 

296.35 

328.98 

343.32 

822.33 

1,116.71 

394.84 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
971.73 


Apple Hill 






97.99 


Athens 






668.00 


Bath 






200.20 


Belleville 






15,846.82 


Bloomfield 






549.60 


Bowman ville 






7,438.13 


Brighton 






1,443.32 


Brockville 






9,374.34 


Cardinal 




3.22 


843.87 


Carleton Place 




4,990.97 


Chesterville 






308.43 


Cobourg 






5,722.34 


Colborne 






305.79 


Deseronto 






579.92 


Finch 






296.35 


Hastings 






328.98 


Havelock 






343.32 


Kemptville 






822.33 


Lakefield 






1,116.71 


Lanark 






394.84 


Lancaster 


4,646.68 


7,674.10 


611.57 


Lindsay 


5,258.97 
787.70 
496.68 

101.90 

534.83 

3,688.78 

215.32 


5,258.97 


Madoc 






787.70 


Marmora 






496.68 


M artinto wn 




55.97 


157.87 


Maxville 






534 . 83 


Napanee 






3,688.78 


Norwood 






215.32 


Oshawa 


6,259.40 


6,397.97 


138.57 


Ottawa 


24,213.79 
4,922.06 

11,741.81 
1,814.61 
6,021.03 

2,455.87 
46.24 
48.68 

6,173.73 
841.73 

10,996.27 
743.61 
354.63 
631.00 
514.92 

3,457.12 
1,025.98 


24,213.79 


Perth 






4,922.06 


Peterborough 






11,741.81 


Picton 






1,814.61 


Port Hope 






6,021.03 


Prescott 






2,455.87 


Richmond 






46.24 


Russell 






48.68 


Smiths Falls 






6,173.73 


Stirling 






841.73 


Trenton 






10,996.27 


Tweed 






743.61 


Warkworth 






354.63 


Wellington 






631.00 


Westport. .. 






514.92 


Whitby 






3,457.12 


Williamsburg 






1,025.98 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



235 



SYSTEM 



ED. —CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1934, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each municipality at October 31, 1935 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1935 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1935 


Credited Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit Charge 


$ c. 
16.19 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,606.67 
253.95 
679.35 
283.69 
20,174.51 

519.68 
10,783.22 

1,084.99 
11,237.73 

1,041.44 

3,849.59 
1,515.90 

8,020.88 
602.88 
284.58 

562.31 
539.12 
468.95 
1,653.58 
792.71 

528.87 
538.85 
12,538.14 
851.64 
905.73 

150.56 

659.80 

4,842.75 

405.98 

41,092.44 

27,994.41 
5,395.90 

29,056.82 
5,336.48 
6,835.43 

3,929.06 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,622.86 
255.71 
691.18 
286.34 
20,395.44 

528.84 
10,910.92 

1,110.87 
11,368.97 

1,057.70 

3,946.88 

1,520.97 

8,121.93 

607.74 

294.18 

567.25 
545.23 

474.56 

1,665.21 

811.56 

535.58 
3,064.17 

12,622.86 
864.84 
914.97 

154.17 

668.76 

4,905.94 

409.94 

40,979.70 

28,392.44 
5,480.61 

29,249.84 
5,365.71 
6,932.29 

3,962.41 


$ c. 


1.76 








11.83 








2.65 








220.93 








9.16 








127.70 








25.88 








131.24 








16.26 








97.29 








5.07 








101.05 








4.86 








9.60 








4.94 








6.11 








5.61 








11.63 








18.85 








6.71 








109.47 








84.72 








13.20 








9.24 








3.61 








8.96 








63.19 








3.96 










112.74 






398.03 






84.71 








193.02 








29.23 








96.86 








33.35 








0.83 




51.52 


50.69 


0.87 




670.12 
6,096.77 
1,325.47 

13,951.52 

1,097.82 
506.44 

1,025.47 
579.53 

6,013.11 
1,439.30 


670.99 

6,215.08 
1,341.80 

14,131.65 

1,109.62 

513.25 

1,035.88 
588.09 

6,071.42 
1,454.64 




118.31 








16.33 








180.13 








11.90 








6.81 








10.41 








8.56 








58.31 








15.34 









236 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ending October 31, 1935, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 



Date 

commenced 

operating 



Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1934 



Credit 



Cash receipts and pay- 
ments on account of 
such credits and charges, 
also adjustments made 
during the year 



Charge Credited Charged 



Winchester. 



Total— Municipalities 

Rural Power Districts 



Alexandria R.P.D 

Arnprior R.P.D 

Belleville R.P.D 

Bowmanville R.P.D. 
Brighton R.P.D 



Brockville R.P.D 

Campbellford R.P.D. 
Carleton Place R.P.D. 

Chesterville R.P.D 

Cobourg R.P.D 



Colborne R.P.D 

Fenelon Falls R.P.D. 

Iroquois R.P.D 

Kemptville R.P.D 

Kingston R.P.D 



Lakefield R.P.D 

Lindsay R.P.D 

Martintown R.P.D. 

Maxville R.P.D 

Millbrook R.P.D 



Napanee R.P.D 

Nepean R.P.D 

Newcastle R.P.D. 

Norwood R.P.D 

Omemee R.P.D 



Oshawa R.P.D 

Perth R.P.D 

Peterborough R.P.D. 

Prescott R.P.D 

Renfrew R.P.D 



Smiths Falls R.P.D.. 

Stirling R.P.D 

Trenton R.P.D 

Warkworth R.P.D. 
Wellington R.P.D 



Williamsburg R.P.D.. 



Totals — Rural power districts 
Totals — Municipalities 



Totals. 



Jan. 1914 



Dec. 
Dec. 
Aug. 
Jan. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Aug. 
Feb. 
Nov. 
Feb. 

Aug. 
July 
July 
Dec. 
Jan. 

July 
July 
Jan. 
Dec. 
July 

Nov. 

Feb. 

Sept. 

Jan. 

Jan. 



$ c. 
894.70 



140,622.72 



10,906.08 



1929 
1930 
1927 
1924 
1929 

1921 
1924 
1932 
1921 
1927 

1925 
1931 
1930 
1930 
1923 

1928 
1930 
1922 
1927 
1930 

1927 
1922 
1927 
1929 
1931 



April 1918 

Aug. 1931 

Jan. 1927 

June 1922 

Nov. 1930 

May 1929 

Nov. 1929 

Jan. 1924 

Nov. 1928 

Nov. 1925 

Feb. 1923 



27,227.38 

1,016.82 

279.44 

1,293.25 



2,639.79 



389.56 



1,668.76 
1,135.84 



41,974.03 
14,097.02 



2,567.40 
62.98 



3,694.41 
1,631.55 



865.13 

47.62 

1,879.73 

107.90 

1,590.85 
672.86 



96.28 
5,620.28 

1,916.84 
1,891.12 



1,416.17 
1,677.53 

6,719.69 



1,923.07 
512.02 



3,741.54 



287.73 
1,624.50 

884.82 
467.80 



2,155.14 
614.28 



94,352.27 
140,622.72 



42,038.86 
10,906.08 



234,974.99 



52,944.94 



$ c. 

894.70 



14,131.26 



152.00 



107.07 



2,415.93 



2,675.00 
14,131.26 



16,806.26 



141,432.05 



33.26 
261.94 



295.20 
141,432.05 



141,727.25 



Note — For townships included in rural power districts see "Cost of Power" statement 
preceding. 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



237 



SYSTEM E.O.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 

supplied to it to October 31, 1934, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each municipality at October 31, 1935 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1935 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1935 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 
15 33 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,658.79 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,674.12 


$ c. 










2,410.00 


112.74 


241,382.83 


51.52 


246,095.11 


50.69 




147.78 
65.26 




780.88 
169.47 




4,623.07 








1,866.28 


1,089.10 
40.67 


3,397.76 
626.05 
201.83 

1,598.70 


31,714.24 

1,683.54 

492.45 

2,943.68 










11.18 








51.73 










34.61 
1.90 

75.19 
4.32 

64.85 
26.91 


992.60 

39.78 

1,191.45 

295.46 

1,233.72 


1,892.34 








89.30 








3,146.37 








407.68 








2,922.68 




578.62 

2,949.66 

94.19 




121.15 


101.56 




5,581.07 






3.85 
224.81 

76.67 

75.64 




5.94 




1,786.32 

879.50 




7,524.34 








2,873.01 




12.64 




1,954.12 


112.22 


406.48 
1,103.63 


2,511.23 






56.65 
67.10 

268.79 




2,576.45 




49.86 




1,694.77 




821.59 




7,810.07 


66.75 


2,345.32 

888.46 


4,080.83 
2,069.73 




45.43 










76.92 
20.48 


561.10 
231.93 


2,561.09 








764.43 


1,678.96 


2,288.61 


45,941.60 




149.66 


1,579.27 


5,470.47 


563.88 


1,455.61 


16,116.51 






11.51 
64.98 

35.39 

18.71 


666.17 
365.45 

958.16 
275.28 


965.41 








2,054.93 








1,878.37 








761.79 


102.70 


2,016.12 


4,686.22 
0.38 




2.52 




65.12 
1,639.35 






86.21 
24.57 




3,880.70 




431.88 . 




206.97 










3,866.70 
2,410.00 


1,682.76 
112.74 


18,935.31 
241,382.83 


16,042.71 
51.52 


117,821.48 
246,095.11 


58,051.75 
50.69 


6,276.70 


1,795.50 


260,318.14 


16,094.23 


363,916.59 


58,102.42 



238 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 



E.O.— SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with its 

proportionate share of other Sinking Funds, provided out of 

other revenues of the system, and interest allowed 

thereon to October 31, 1935 



Municipality 



Period 
of years 

ending 

Oct. 31, 

1935 



Amount 



Municipality 



Period 
of years 

ending 

Oct. 31, 

1935 



Amount 



Alexandria. 
Apple Hill.. 

Athens 

Bath 

Belleville.... 



Bloomfield... 
Bowman ville. 

Brighton 

Brockville 

Cardinal 



Carleton Place. 

Chesterville 

Cobourg 

Colborne 

Deseronto 



Finch 

Hastings 

Havelock 

Kemptville. 
Lakeneld 



Lanark 

Lancaster. 

Lindsay 

Madoc 

Marmora.. 



Martintown 

Maxville 

Napanee 

Norwood 

Oshawa 



Ottawa 

Perth 

Peterborough. 

Picton 

Port Hope 



Prescott 

Richmond 

Russell 

Smiths Falls. 
Stirling 



Trenton 

Tweed 

Warkworth. 
Wellington.. 
Westport 



Whitby 7 



11 years 
11 

7 
4 
7 

7 
4 
6 
15 
6 

11 
16 

4 

3 

5 



$ c. 

21,054.12 

2,102.39 

3,372.84 

896.72 

88,179.28 

3,481.50 

23,425.28 

5,852.69 

110,118.03 

2,331.77 

49,717.81 

19,637.58 

17,572.59 

1,202.92 

3,295.20 

2,424.71 
1,555.89 
7,379.72 
12,664.99 
6,869.58 

3,917.12 
4,135.33 
50,053.74 
3,792.39 
3,043.45 

1,320.10 

6,218.96 

21,610.94 

3,591.92 

269,708.94 

82,402.10 
43,159.70 
164,175.37 
29,121.42 
27,185.89 

31,304.28 
1,413.72 
3,581.14 

64,321.31 
4,560.18 

31,685.86 
4,201.66 
2,114.15 
5,563.38 
1,911.10 

28,308.61 



Williamsburg. 
Winchester 



Total — Municipalities 

Rural Power Districts 



Alexandria R.P.D 

Arnprior R.P.D 

Belleville R.P.D 

Bowmanville R.P.D. 
Brighton R.P.D 



Brockville R.P.D 

Campbellford R.P.D.. 
Carleton Place R.P.D. 

Chesterville R.P.D 

Cobourg R.P.D 



Colborne R.P.D 

Fenelon Falls R.P.D. 

Iroquois R.P.D 

Kemptville R.P.D 

Kingston R.P.D 



Lakefield R.P.D 

Lindsay R.P.D 

Martintown R.P.D. 

Maxville R.P.D 

Millbrook R.P.D 



Napanee R.P.D.. . 

Nepean R.P.D 

Newcastle R.P.D. 
Norwood R.P.D... 
Omemee R.P.D. 



Oshawa R.P.D 

Perth R.P.D 

Peterborough R.P.D. 

Prescott R.P.D 

Renfrew R.P.D 



Smiths Falls R.P.D.. 

Stirling R.P.D 

Trenton 

Warkworth R.P.D 

Wellington R.P.D 

Williamsburg R.P.D. 



Total- 
Total- 



Rural power distri 
-Municipalities 



Grand total 1 ,514,404.40 



15 years 

16 " 



$ c. 

3,584.23 

13,105.53 



cts. 



,292,228.13 



1,812.32 

332.41 

11,545.98 

3,340.69 
865.05 

15,557.48 

2,864.92 

18.68 

9,914.63 

12,376.14 

3,953.57 

1,881.90 

10,464.83 

668.38 

13,566.52 

1,592.54 
1,033.20 
5,399.27 

8,674.85 
1,720.57 

9,700.34 
20,657.09 

2,874.17 

1,330.98 

208.17 



26,754.57 
1,090.02 

18,443. 
7,991 



90 

81 



240.23 

7,388.91 
2,377.61 
4,608.32 
138.71 
9,060.01 

1,727.50 



222,176.27 
,292,228.13 



Note — For townships included in rural power districts see 
preceding. 



'Cost of Power" statement 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 239 



240 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



THUNDER BAY 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost — under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost; 

pality upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost 



Municipality 



Interim rates 
per horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Jan. 1. 

1935 



To 

Oct. 31, 

1935 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system 

on which 

interest and 

fixed 

charges are 

payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 
in year 

after cor- 
rection 

for power 
factor 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



$21.00 plus transfor- 
mation charges 

$21.00 plus transfor- 
mation charges 

$30.00 $30.00 



Fort William 

Port Arthur 

Township of Nipigon. 

Rural Power Districts 



Fort William R.P.D. — Neebing, Oliver and 

Paipoonge twps 

Port Arthur R.P.D. — Shuniah twps 



$ c. 

3,246,205.19 

10,203,586.94 
28,521.87 



32,593.14 
16,438.34 



Totals — Municipalities 

Totals — Rural power districts. 
Totals — Companies 



13,478,314.00 

49,031.48 

5,081,409.67 



Non-operating capital 
Grand totals 



18,608,755.15 
750.71 



18,609,505.86 



10,289.5 

32,967.0 
100.3 



95.2 
44.9 



43,356.8 

140.1 

16,745.5 



60,242.4 



40,069.29 

121,544.42 
1,024.39 



563.89 
623.94 



162,638.10 

1,187.83 

58,525.62 



222,351.55 



155,689.84 

489,017.88 
1,370.74 



1,570.80 
791.84 



646,078.46 

2,362.64 

245,683.71 



894,124.81 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM— 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 
and the amounts remaining to be credited to certain Districts or charged to 

(by annual adjustment) of the actual costs 



Districts and 

municipalities 

comprised^therein 


Total capital cost of each district, Provincial 

Government grant received and applied 

thereagainst, and the balance representing 

the investment by the Commission 


Costofpower 

delivered to 

districts as 

shown in 

"cost of 

power" table 

preceding 


Cost of 
operation 
maintenance 
and admin- 
istration 


Total 
capital cost 


Government 
grant 


Commission's 
investment 


Fort William R.P.D. 

— Neebing, Oliver 

and Paipoonge twps. 

Port Arthur R.P.D.— 

Shuniah twp. 


$ c. 

70,301.50 
50,451.04 


$ c. 

35,150.75 
25,225.52 


$ c. 

35,150.75 
25,225.52 


$ c. 

2,536.15 
1,632.37 


$ c. 

1,817.85 
1,671.46 






Totals 


120,752.54 


60,376.27 


60,376.27 


4,168.52 


3,489.31 







1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



241 



SYSTEM 



T.B.—COST OF POWER 



The Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Munici- 
of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1935 



costsandfixedcharges 


Total 


Revenue 
received in 

excess of 

cost of 

power sold 

to private 

companies 


Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under Power 

Commission 

Act 


Amounts 

received 

from (or 

billed 

against) each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 


Amounts 


remaining 


Renewals 


Sinking 
Fund 


to be credited or 
charged to each 
municipality u"pon 
ascertainment of the 
actual cost of power 
by annual adjust- 
ment 




Credited Charged 


$ c. 
28,387.15 


$ c. 

24,233.36 

75,567.69 
203.35 

251.15 
129.69 


$ c. 

248,379.64 

774,125.46 
2,831.90 

2,686.85 
1,703.45 


$ c. 

16,288.29 

52,186.80 
158.77 

150.70 

71.08 


$ c. 

232,091.35 

721,938.66 
2,673.13 

2,536.15 
1,632.37 


$ c. 

232,012.48 

725,584.07 
3,008.69 

2,536.15 
1,632.37 


$ c. 


$ c. 
78.87 


87,995.47 


3,645.41 
335.56 

see 




233.42 




301.01 
157.98 


below 

<< 


116,616.04 
458.99 


100,004.40 

380.84 

47,723.44 


1,025,337.00 

4,390.30 

393,000.23 


(68,633.86) 

(221.78) 

68,855.64 


956,703.14 

4,168.52 

461,855.87 


960,605.24 

4,168.52 

461,855.87 


3,980.97 


78.87 


41,067.46 












158,142.49 


148,108.68 


1,422,727.53 




1,422,727.53 


1,426,629.63 


3,980.97 


78.87 









RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



T.B.— RURAL OPERATING 



District, the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within each District, 
the Municipalities comprising certain other Districts upon ascertainment 
in the year ending October 31, 1935 



Distribution costs and fixed charges 


Total 
cost 


Revenue 

from 

power 

and light 

customers 

in each 

district 


Amounts remaining 
to be credited to 


Interest 


Renewals 


Obsoles- 
cence 
and 
contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


certain districts or 
charged to the 
municipalities 

comprising certain 
other districts 




Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 
1,680.90 


$ c. 

1,385.08 
995.64 


$ c. 

692.54 
497.82 


$ c. 

364.62 
262.10 


$ c. 

8,477.14 
6,267.67 


$ c. 

9,140.23 
4,472.73 


$ c. 
663.09 


$ c. 


1,208.28 


1,794.94 








2,889.18 


2,380.72 


1,190.36 


626.72 


14,744.81 


13,612.96 


663.09 


1,794.94 



242 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



THUNDER BAY 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ending October 31, 1935, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1934 


Cash receipts and pay- 
ments on account of 
such credits and charges, 
made during the year 




Credit Charge 


Credited 


Charged 


Fort William 


Oct. 1926 
Jan. 1925 
Dec. 1910 

Oct. 1932 
Jan. 1932 


$ c. 


$ c. 
21,069.44 


$ c. 
21,069.44 


$ c. 


Nipigon twp 


188.41 


188.41 


Port Arthur 


61,288.66 

192.50 
2,681.06 


61,288.66 




Rural Power Districts* 
Fort William R.P.D 






Port Arthur R.P.D 
















Total 




188.41 


85,231.66 


82,358.10 


188.41 









*For townships included in rural power districts see "Cost of Power" statement preceding. 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 



T.B.—SI NKI NGFUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder, as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with 

the proportionate share of other sinking funds provided out 

of other revenues of the system, and interest 

allowed thereon to October 31, 1935 



Municipality 


Period of years 
October 31, 


ending 
1935 


Amount 


Fort William 


9 years 
9 " 
9 " 


$ c. 
331,225.77 


Port Arthur 


1,113,671.63 


Nipigon township 


2,149.78 






Total — Municipalities .... 


1,447,047.18 




4 years 
4 " 




Rural Power Districts 
Fort William R.P.D 


2,058.34 


Port Arthur R.P.D 


1,245.25 






Total — Rural power districts 


3,303.59 








Totals — Municipalities 


1,447,047.18 


Totals — Rural power districts 




3,303.59 








Totals 


1,450,350.77 . 









1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



243 



SYSTEM 



T.B.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1934, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1935 



Interest at 4 f c per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1935 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1935 ' 


Credited Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 


$ c. 
367.13 


$ c. 


$ c. 

78.87 


$ c. 


$ c. 
446.00 


3.16 


335.56 
3,645.41 

663.09 


338.72 

2,577.48 

462.89 






1,067.93 

7.70 
107.24 










J 




1,794.94 


4,583.24 










3.16 


1,550.00 


4,644.06 


1,873.81 


3,379.09 


5,029.24 



244 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



MANITOULIN ISLAND 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within Rural Power District, 
amount remaining to be charged to the Municipalities comprising 

costs in the year ending 



Districts and 

municipalities 

comprised therein 


Total capital cost of each district, Provincial 

Government grant received and applied 

thereagainst, and the balance representing 

the investment by the Commission 


Cost of 

power 

purchased 


Cost of 
operation 
maintenance 
and admin- 
istration 


Total 
capital cost 


Government 
grant 


Commission's 
investment 


Manitoulin R.P.D .— 

Billings, Carnarvon, 
Gordon and Allan 
twps., Town of Gore 
Bay and Indian Re- 
serve 


$ c. 
64,770.18 


$ c. 
29,454.44 


$ c. 
35,315.74 


$ c. 
3,750.00 


$ c. 
1,372.12 







MANITOULIN ISLAND 



Statement showing the net charge to Manitoulin Rural Power District in respect 
net amount charged this Rural Power District in respect of power supplied 

as a charge at 



Rural power district 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net charge at 
October 31, 1934 


Adjustments made 
during the year 




Charge 


Credited 


Manitoulin R. P. D.— Billings, Car- 
narvon, Gordon and Allan twps., 
TownofGoreBayandlndianReserve 


Dec. 1932 


$ c. 
2,947.45 


$ c. 

8!. 88 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



245 



RURAL POWER DISTRICT 



MANITOULI N— RURAL OPERATING 



the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within the District, and the 
this District upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual 
October 31, 1935 



Distribution costs and fixed charges 


Total 
cost 


Revenue 

from 

power 

and light 

customers 

in each 

district 






Interest 


Renewal 
charges 


Obsoles- 
cence 
and 
contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


Amount iciuaiuj 
to be charged to the 
municipalities com- 
prising the district 




Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 
1,583.51 


$ c. 
1,288.90 


$ c. 
644.45 


$ c. 
370.16 


$ c. 
9,009.14 


$ c. 
8,382.18 


$ c. 


$ c. 
626.96 









RURAL POWER DISTRICT 



MANITOULI N— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



of power supplied to it to October 31, 1934, interest added during the year; also the 
in the year ending October 31, 1935, and the accumulated amount standing 
October 31, 1935 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount charged in 

respect of power supplied 

in the year ending 

October 31, 1935 


Accumulated amount standing 
as a charge on October 31, 1935 


Charged 


Charged 


Charge 


$ c. 
114.62 


$ c. 
626.96 


$ c. 
3,607.15 



246 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIPISSING RURAL 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 
and the amounts remaining to be credited to certain Districts 

of the actual costs 



Rural power district and municipalities 
comprised therein 



Total capital cost of each district, 
Provincial Government grant 
received and applied thereagainst, 
and the balance representing the 
investment by the Commission 



Total 

capital 

cost 



Govern- 
ment 
grant 



Com- 
mission's 
investment 



Cost of 

power 

purchased 

from 

Nipissing 

District 

of Northern 

Ontario 
Properties 



North Bay R.P.D 

West Ferris and Widdifield twps. 
Powassan R.P.D 

Himsworth S. twp. 

Total capital 

Non-operating capital 

Grand totals 



$ c. 
48,470.57 

5,383.12 



53,853.69 
13.37 



53,867.06 



23,863.42 
2,691.56 



26,554.98 
6.68 



26,561.66 



$ c. 
24,607.15 

2,691.56 



27,298.71 
6.69 



27,305.40 



$ c 
4,898.18 

121.87 



5,020.05 



NIPISSING RURAL 

Statement showing the net Credit to each Municipality in respect of power supplied 
Credited to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 

to each Municipality 



Rural power district 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit at 
October 31, 1934 




Credit 


North Bay R.P.D. 


June, 1927 
Nov., 1931 


$ c. 

9,997.61 

178.35 


Powassan R.P.D. 






Totals 




10,175.96 









1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



247 



POWER DISTRICTS 



N I PISSING RURAL— OPERATING 



Distrcit, the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within each district, 
upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) 
in the year ending October 31, 1935 



Distribution costs and fixed charges 


Total 
cost 


Revenue 

from 
power and 

light 

customers 

in each 

district 


Amounts 
remaining 

to be 

credited to 

certain 

districts 


Cost of 
operation, 
mainten- 


Interest 


Renewals 


Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


ance and 
adminis- 
tration 


Credited 


$ c. 
2,063.16 

107.30 


$ c. 
975.82 

122.80 


$ c. 
837.61 

107.15 


$ c. 
418.81 

53.57 


$ c. 
224.42 

28.21 


$ c. 
9,418.00 

540.90 


$ c. 
10,014.03 

692.76 


$ c. 
596.03 

151.86 


2,170.46 


1,098.62 


944.76 


472.38 


252.63 


9,958.90 


10,706.79 


747.89 



POWER DISTRICTS 



NIPISSING RURAL— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



to it to October 31, 1934, the interest added during the year; also the net amount 
ending October 31, 1935, and the accumulated amount standing as a Credit 
at October 31, 1935 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited in respect 

of power supplied in the year 

ending October 31, 1935 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit on October 31, 

1935 


Credited 


Credited 


Credit 


$ c. 

399.90 

7.13 


$ c. 
596.03 
151.86 


$ c. 

10,993.54 

337.34 


407.03 


747.89 


11,330.88 



248 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIPISSING RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Rural Power District in the periods 

mentioned hereunder, as part of the cost of power delivered 

thereto and interest allowed thereon to October 31, 1935 



Rural power district 


Period of years 

ending 
October 31, 1935 


Amount 


North Bay R.P.D.— West Ferris and Widdifield twps 

Powassan R.P.D. — Himsworth S. twp.... 


6 years 

4 " 


$ c. 

1,116.23 

108.96 






Total 




1,225.19 









1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 249 



NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 
(Operated by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario) 

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTS 

For the Year ended October 31, 1935 

Relating to Power Properties which are held and operated by the 

Commission in trust for the Province of Ontario, and which are 

situated in the following Northern Districts: 

Nipissing Abitibi Patricia 

Sudbury Espanola St. Joseph 



STATEMENTS 

Balance Sheet as at October 31, 1935 

Operating and Income Accounts for the Year ended October 31, 1935 

Schedules supporting the Balance Sheet as at October 31, 1935 
Fixed Assets — By Districts 
Renewals Reserves 
Obsolescence and Contingencies Reserves 



250 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NORTHERN ONTARIO 

(Operated by The Hydro-Electric 

Balance Sheet as at 

ASSETS 
Investments: 

Fixed Assets in Service: 

Nipissing District $ 1,674,837.85 

Sudbury District 2,727,749.34 

Abitibi District 25,025,780.34 

Espanola District 22,812.40 

Patricia District 489,676.89 

St. Joseph District 395,718.19 

$30,336,575 . 01 

Fixed Assets under Construction 403,129.69 

$30,739,704 . 70 

Current and Accrued Assets: 

Special deposits for matured interest unpaid $ 24,504.36 

Sundry accounts receivable 12,412.70 

Power accounts receivable 153,657.48 

Interest receivable 9,288.54 

Province of Ontario— 1934-35 deficit contribution 388,054.57 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 138,445.60 

Consumers' and contractors' deposits: 

Securities — Bonds at par value $ 348,500.00 

Securities — Stocks at market value 152,649.55 

501,149.55 

1,227,512.80 

Deferred Debits: 

Maintenance materials and supplies $ 35,939.35 

Construction tools and equipment 41,662.49 

Prepayments 43,845.03 

121,446.87 

Special Funds: 
Reserve Funds: 

Investments $ 830,545.01 

*Amount receivable from current assets — 

per contra 309,811.35 

$ 1,140,356.36 

Sinking Funds: 
*Amount receivable from current assets — per contra 335,264.83 

1,475,621.19 

$33,564,285.56 



Approved by: — 

A. Murray McCrimmon - - - Controller. 

T. S. Lyon - Chairman of the Commission. 

A. W. Roebuck ----- Commissioner. 

T. B. McQuesten Commissioner. 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 251 

PROPERTIES 

Power Commission of Ontario) 

October 31, 1935 

LIABILITIES, RESERVES AND EQUITY 

Long-Term Liabilities: 
Funded Debt: 

3^/4/5% H-E.P.C. Debentures due October 1, 1952— 
Issued in 1932 in exchange for Bonds of Ontario Power 

Service Corporation Limited $17,626,950.00 

Purchase Agreement — Espanola Transmission Line — 

McMillan Gold Mines Limited 11,168.02 

■ $17,638,118.02 

Current and Accrued Liabilities: 

Bank of Montreal— demand loan $ 4,500,000.00 

Accounts payable 112,027.29 

Unpaid claims — Abitibi Canyon Properties 382,838.14 

Matured debenture interest unpaid 24,504.36 

Debenture interest accrued 51,411.94 

Liability for consumers' and contractors' deposits 532,991.48 

$ 5,603,773.21 
*Liability to special funds — per contras 645,076.18 

6,248,849.39 

Deferred Credits: 

Miscellaneous deferred credits t 2,843 .20 

Reserves: 

Renewals reserves $ 854,322.53 

Obsolescence and contingencies reserves 286,033.83 

1,140,356.36 

Equity of the Province of Ontario: 

Advances from the Province of Ontario for: 

Capital expenditures $ 8,198,853.76 

Operating deficits and sinking fund appro- 
priations 841,711.18 

$ 9,040,564.94 

Deficit Account: 

Balance at November 1, 1934 $ 453,656.61 

Net loss for the year ended October 31, 1935 52,789 .74 

Sinking fund appropriations for the year 

ended October 31, 1935 335,264.83 

Balance at October 31, 1935 841,711.18 

$ 8,198,853.76 

Sinking fund reserves 335,264.83 

I ■ 8,534,118.59 

$33,564,285.56 

Auditors' Certificate {\\ *\% 

We have examined the Accounts of the Northern Ontario Properties for the year ended the 
31st October, 1935, and report that, in conjunction with our Annual Report to the Lieutenant- 
Governor in Council, in our opinion the above Balance Sheet is properly drawn up so as to 
exhibit a true and correct view of the state of the affairs of Northern Ontario Properties at the 
31st October, 1935, according to the best of our information and the explanations given to us 
and as shown by the books of the Properties. We have obtained all the information and 
explanations we have required. 

Oscar Hudson and Co., 
Dated at Toronto, Ontario, Chartered Accountants, 

30th March, 1936 Auditors. 



252 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NORTHERN ONTARIO 
(Operated by The Hydro-Electric 
Operating and Income Accounts 





Nipissing 
District 


Sudbury 
District 


Operating Revenues: 

Power sold to private companies and customers 


$ c. 

241,693.02 
5,020.05 


$ c. 
360,196.80 


Power supplied to rural power districts 








Total operating revenues 


246,713.07 


360,196.80 






Operating Expenses 

Power purchased 












Operation, maintenance and administration expenses.... 


88,209.42 


73,900.61 


Renewals provision for the year: 

Principal amount 


21,670.65 
10,447.84 


27,582.60 


Interest at 4% on reserves' balances 


4,543.58 






Total provision 


32,118.49 


32,126.18 






Obsolescence and contingencies provision for the 
year: 
Principal amount 


8,561.30 
5,658.68 


18,388.40 


Interest at 4% on reserves' balances 


4,083.15 






Total provision 


14,219.98 


22,471.55 






Total operating expenses 


134,547.89 


128,498.34 






Net Operating Income 


112,165.18 

13,591.56 

6.81 

6,351.02 


231,698.46 


Non-Operating Income 

Income from reserve fund investments 


7,279.52 


Interest during construction 


48.44 


Commission's interest adjustment 


3,336.39 






Total non-operating income 


19,949.39 


10,664.35 






Gross Income 


132,114.57 


242,362.81 


Deductions From Gross Income: 
Interest on long-term debt: 

Debentures in the hands of the public 




Ontario Government advances 


80,578.40 
249.10 


129,027.28 


Miscellaneous interest deductions 


398.74 






Total deductions from gross income 


80,827.50 


129,426.02 






Net Income (or Loss) 


51,287.07 
17,633.87 


112,936.79 


Disposition Of Net Income: 
Sinking fund appropriation: 

Principal amount 


28,723.20 






Total appropriation 


17,633.87 


28,723.20 






Deficiency (or Surplus) after Sinking Fund 

Appropriation 


33,653.20 


84,218.59 







1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



253 



PROPERTIES 

Power Commission of Ontario) 

for the Year Ended October 31, 1935 



Abitibi 
District 


Espanola 
District 


Patricia 
District 


St. Joseph 
District 


Total for 

Northern 

Ontario 

Properties 


$ c. 
935,790.53 


$ c. 
16,771.18 


$ c. 

85,378.26 


$ c. 
39,526.22 


$ c. 

1,679,356.01 
5,020.05 












935,790.53 


16,771.18 


85,378.26 


39,526.22 


1,684,376.06 


1,183.36 


10,906.47 






12,089.83 










214,405.24 


1,992.48 


24,905.58 


16,132.68 


419,546.01 


166,268.93 


374.69 
4.00 






215,896.87 


8,123.79 


1,488.24 




24,607.45 








174,392.72 


378.69 


1,488.24 




240,504.32 










249.80 






27,199.50 




395.06 




10,136.89 












249.80 


395.06 




37,336.39 








389,981.32 


13,527.44 


26,788.88 


16,132.68 


709,476.55 


545,809.21 
6,854.42 


3,243.74 

2.93 

3.01 

197.60 


58,589.38 

1,589.00 

73.42 

560.60 


23,393.54 


974,899.51 
29,317.43 


1,421.78 
75, 16 %. 00 


3,643.28 
6,657.37 


5,196.74 
71,770.96 


66,887.80 


191.66 


2,223.02 


3, 01 U. 09 


37,256.79 


478,921.41 
617,647.53 


3,052.08 


60,812.40 


20,379.45 


937,642.72 
617,647.53 


131,609.63 
1,169.69 


64.18 
990.62 


23,874.04 
73.74 


4,734.88 
14.63 


369,888.41 
2,896.52 


750,426.85 


1,054.80 


23,947.78 


4,749.51 


990,432.46 


271,505. U 
243,590.80 


1,997.28 
263.03 


36,864.62 
25,377.50 


15,629.94 
19,676.43 


52,789. 7k 
335,264.83 


243,590.80 


263.03 


25,377.50 


19,676.43 


335,264.83 


515,096.24 


1,73^.25 


11487.12 


4,046.49 


388,054.57 



254 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 

(Operated by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario) 

Fixed Assets at October 31, 1935 





Net capital 
expendi- 
tures for 
the year 


Fixed 
Assets 
under 
Construc- 
tion 


Fixed Assets in Service 


District 


Water 
rights and 
intangible 

items 


Physical property 






Non- 
depreciable 


Depreciable 


Total 


NiPISSING 

Power Plants 
South River: 
Nipissing 


$ c. 

5.79 

465.90 

8.12 


$ c. 

5.791 
105.00 
... i 


$ c. 
69,478.34 


$ c. 

11,099.60 

12,098.60 

120,057.09 


$ c. 

238,726.18 

227,237.88 

335,124.99 

81,871.21 

6,390.46 


$ c. 
249,825.78 


Bingham'sChute 
Elliot Chute 


.239,336.48 
455,182.08 


Storage dams 




81,871.21 


Miscellaneous 








6,390.46 


Intangible 








69,478.34 






' 










479.81 


110.79 


69,478.34 


143,255.29 


889,350.72 


1,102,084.35 


Transformer Stations 


345.23 

337.87 
4,319.98 








16,803.09 
173,524.75 
359,776.16 


16,803.09 


Transmission Lines.... 








173,524.75 


Local Systems 




22,649.50 




382,425.66 












5,482.89 


110.79 


92,127.84 


143,255.29 


1,429,454.72 


1,674,837.85 


Sudbury 

Power Plants 
Wanapitei River: 
Coniston 


15.39 

1,543.88 


15.391 
1,503.91 


830,614.53 


13,200.00 
13,200.00 
33,000.00 


507,792.13 
289,957.75 
624,381.66 
194,870.00 


520,992.13 


McVittie 


303,157.75 


Stinson 


657,381.66 


Storage dam 






194,870.00 


Intangible 








830,614.53 






' 










1,559.27 


1,519.30 


830,614.53 


59,400.00 


1,617,001.54 


2,507,016.07 


Transformer Stations 


1,996.05 
37,723.61 

6,63043 








47,433.11 
173,300.16 


47,433.11 


Transmission Lines... 


3,438.60 






173,300.16 


Local Systems 






















34,648.50 


4,957.90 


830,614.53 


59,400.00 


1,837,734.81 


2,727,749.34 


Abitibi 

Power Plants 
Abitibi River: 
Abitibi Canyon.. 


4,873,318.81 

173,922.92 

223,144.90 

12,553.65 


190,814.28 

59,289.20 

128,913.34 

1,013.17 




5,690,252.10 


15,914,501.91 

616,486.14 

2,438,574.69 

11,540.48 


21,604,754.01* 


Transformer Stations 




616,486.14 


Transmission Lines... 




354,425.02 


2,792,999.71 


Local Systems 




11,540.48 












5,282,940.28 


380.029.99 




6,044,677.12 


18,981,103.22:25,025,780.34 




1 







*Includes $2,367,955.77 for transmission lines acquired in the purchase of the properties of 
Ontario Power Service Corporation Ltd. 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



255 



NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 

(Operated by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario) 

Fixed Assets at October 31, 1935 





Net capital 
expendi- 
tures for 
the year 


Fixed 
Assets 
under 
Construc- 
tion 


Fixed Assets in Service 


District 


Water 
rights and 
intangible 

items 


Physical property 






Non- 
depreciable 


Depreciable 


Total 


Espanola 
Transformer Stations 


$ c. 

2,382.77 
429.63 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

2,382.77 
20,429.63 


$ c. 
2,382.77 


Transmission Lines.... 








20,429.63 














2,812.40 








22,812.40 


22,812.40 












Patricia 

Power Plants 
English River: 
Ear Falls 


2,151.34 
3,052.89 


2,037.11 






486,624.00 
3,052.89 


486,624.00 


Transformer Stations 






3,052.89 














5,204.23 


2,037.11 






489,676.89 


489,676.89 










St. Joseph 

Power Plants 
Albany River: 
Rat Rapids 


206,957.94 


15,993.90 






362,257.48 
80,000.00 


362,257.48 


Donations in aid 
of construction.. 






80,000.00 
















206,957.94 


15,993.90 






282,257.48 


282,257.48 










Transformer Stations 


2,374.07 
60,109.48 








2,374.07 
111,086.64 


2,374.07 


Transmission Lines.... 








111,086.64 














269,441.49 


15,993.90 






395,718.19 


395,718.19 











SUMMARY 





Net capital 
expendi- 
tures for 
the year 


Fixed 
Assets 
under 
Construc- 
tion 


Fixed Assets in Service 


District 


Water 
rights and 
intangible 

items 


Physical property 






Non- 
depreciable 


Depreciable 


Total 


Nipissing District 

Sudbury District 

Abitibi District 


5,482.89 

34,648.50 

5,282,940.28 

2,812.40 

5,204.23 

269,441.49 


110.79 

4,957.90 

380,029.99 


92,127.84 
830,614.53 


143,255.29 

59,400.00 

6,044,677.12 


1,439,454.72 

1,837,734.81 

18,981,103.22 

22,812.40 

489,676.89 

395,718.19 


1,674,837.85 
2,727,749.34 
25,025,780.34 


Espanola District 




22,812.40 


Patricia District 


2,037.11 
15,993.90 






489,676.89 


St. Joseph District .... 






395,718.19 












5,600,529.79 


403,129.69 


922,742.37 


6,247,332.41 


23,166,500.23 


30,336,575.01 



256 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NORTHERN ONTARIO 

(Operated by The Hydro-Electric 

Renewals Reserves — 





Nipissing 
District 


Sudbury 
District 


Balances at November 1, 1934 


$ c. 
261,196.12 

21,670.65 
10,447.84 


$ c. 
113,589.60 


Renewals provision for the year: 

Principal — as per income statement 


27,582.60 


Interest at 4% on reserves' balances 


4,543.58 






Total provision 


32,118.49 


32,126.18 






Sub-total 


293,314.61 

781.55 


145,715.78 


Expenditures for the year 


441.76 






Balances at October 31, 1935 


292,533.06 


145,274.02 







Obsolescence and Contingencies 





Nipissing 
District 


Sudbury 
District 


Balances at November 1, 1934 


$ c. 
141,467.08 

8,561.30 
5,658.68 


$ c. 
102,078.76 


Obsolescence and contingencies — provisions for the year: 
Principal — as per income statement 


18,388.40 


Interest at 4% on reserves' balances 


4,083.15 






Total provision 


14,219.98 


22,471.55 






Sub-total 


155,687.06 
1,936.89 


124,550.31 


Contingencies met with during the year 


1,912.68 






Balances at October 31, 1935 


153,750.17 


122,637.63 







1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



257 



PROPERTIES 

Power Commission of Ontario) 
October 31, 1935 



Abitibi 
District 


Espanola 
District 


Patricia 
District 


St. Joseph 
District 


Total for 

Northern Ontario 

Properties 


$ c. 
203,094.83 


$ c. 
100.00 

374.69 
4.00 


$ c. 
37,205.94 


$ c. 


$ c. 
615,186.49 


166,268.93 




215,896.87 


8,123.79 


1,488.24 




24,607.45 








174,392.72 


378.69 


1,488.24 




240,504.32 








377,487.55 


478.69 


38,694.18 
138.47 




855,690.81 


6.50 




1,368.28 










377,481.05 


478.69 


38,555.71 




854,322.53 









Reserves— October 31, 1935 



Abitibi 
District 


Espanola 
District 


Patricia 
District 


St. Joseph 
District 


Total for 

Northern Ontario 

Properties 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
9,876.55 


$ c. 


$ c. 
253,422.39 




249.80 




27,199.50 




395.06 




10,136.89 










249.80 


395.06 




37,336.39 








249.80 


10,271.61 

875.38 




290,758.78 
4,724.95 














249.80 


9,396.23 




286,033.83 







9— H.E. 



258 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 259 



THE HAMILTON STREET RAILWAY COMPANY 

(A Subsidiary of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario- 
Niagara System) 

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTS 

For the Year ended October 31, 1935 



Balance Sheet as at October 31, 1935 
Income Account for the Year ended October 31, 1935 



260 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

THE HAMILTON STREET 

(A Subsidiary of the Hydro-Electric Power 

Balance Sheet as at 



ASSETS 



Investments: 



Properties, road and equipment, buses, franchises, etc $4,843,006.19 

Less — Surplus created by advances from The Dominion 
Power and Transmission Company, Limited prior 
to acquisition by The Hydro-Electric Power Com- 
mission of Ontario at December 31, 1929 488,846.85 



$4,354,159.34 



Current and Accrued Assets: 

Cash $ 5,643.00 

Cash in transit to Toronto 23,054.66 

Accounts receivable 4,530.01 



33,227.67 



Deferred Debits: 

Material and supplies $ 44,648.89 

Conductors' and employees' advances 12,170.00 

Prepayments 5,898.03 



62,716.92 



$4,450,103.93 



Approved by: — 

T. S. Lyon President. 

T. B. McQuesten ------- Director. 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 261 

RAILWAY COMPANY 

Commission of Ontario — Niagara System) 
October 31, 1935 

LIABILITIES, RESERVES AND CAPITAL 

Capital Stock: 

Authorized: 80,000 shares of a par value of $50.00 each $4,000,000.00 

Issued: 64,100 shares of a par value of $50.00 each $3,205,000.00 

Advances from The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 
of Ontario: 
Advances for working funds 262,363.43 

Current and Accrued Liabilities: 

Accounts payable $ 11,437.17 

Accrued charges 163.40 

Other current liabilities 55,261.49 



Reserves: 

Reserve for depreciation— road and equipment $ 866,819.82 

Insurance reserves 15,537.59 

Operating reserves > ► 26,312.25 

Corporate Surplus: 

Balance October 31, 1934 $ 13,893.86 

Balance transferred from income account nil 

Miscellaneous debits — net 6,685.08 



66,862.06 



908,669.66 



7,208.78 
$4,450,103.93 



Auditors' Certificate 



We have examined the Books and Accounts of The Hamilton Street Railway Company 
for the year ended the 31st October, 1935 and report that, subject to the comments contained 
in our Annual Report on the Accounts of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 
in our opinion the above Balance Sheet is properly drawn up so as to exhibit a true and correct 
view of the state of the Company's affairs at the 31st October, 1935, according to the best 
of our information and the explanations given to us and as shown by the books of the Company. 
We have obtained all the information and explanations we have required. 

Oscar Hudson and Co., 
Dated at Toronto, Ontario, Chartered Accountants, 

30th March, 1936. Auditors. 



262 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



THE HAMILTON STREET RAILWAY COMPANY 
(A Subsidiary of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario — Niagara System) 

Operating and Income Account for the Year Ended October 31, 1935 



Tramways Buses 



Total 



Operating Revenues: 

Revenue from transportation 

Revenue from other operations. 



c. 



721,395.33 191,972.85 913,368.18 
6,455.57 578.78 7,034.35 



Operating revenues 727,850.90 192,551.63 920,402.53 



Operating Expenses: 

Maintenance of way and structures. 

Maintenance of equipment 

Power purchased 

Transportation expenses 

Traffic expenses 

General and miscellaneous expenses. 
Depreciation provision 



46,621.66 46,621.66 

63,348.31 48,387.31 111,735.62 

148,474 . 18 148,474 . 18 

244,933.21 108,719.60 353,652.81 

10.00 10.00 

70,887.68 10,005.37 80,893.05 

2,822.13 5,850.00 8,672.13 



Operating expenses 

Net Operating Revenues 

Taxes 

Net Operating Income 

Interest on advances from Niagara System 

Net Income — before full provision for depreciation. 

Disposition of Net Income: 

Dividend appropriations of income 



577,097.17 172,962.28 750,059.45 



'150,753.73 
29,248.76 



19,589.35 
3,464.66 



121,504.97 16,124.69 



Balance Transferred to Corporate Surplus. 



170,343.08 
32,713.42 

137,629.66 
10,292.27 

127,337.39 

127,337.39 

NIL 



Note — Interest on Commission's advances to, and investment in capital stock of 
The Hamilton Street Railway Company — 

Interest on advances 10,292.27 

Interest on investment in capital stock — dividend 127,337.39 



137,629.66 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 263 



GUELPH RADIAL RAILWAY 
(Operated by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario) 

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTS 

For the Year ended October 31, 1935 



Balance Sheet as at October 31, 1935 
Operating and Income Accounts for the Year ended October 31, 1935 



264 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

GUELPH RADIAL 

(Operated by The Hydro-Electric 

Balance Sheet as at 

ASSETS 
Investments: 

Road and equipment ^ $441,193.53 

Current and Accrued Assets: 

Cash $11,104.92 

Miscellaneous accounts receivable 1,780.54 

Interest receivable 1,031.25 

Due from the City of Guelph: 

Operating deficit for year ended October 31, 

1935 $36,263.39 

Less — Amount due to the City of Guelph as 

per purchase agreement 11,700.00 

$24,563.39 
Less — Overpayment on deficit for the year 

ended October 31, 1934 392 . 61 

24,170.78 

38,087.49 

Deferred Debits: 

Materials and supplies $ 6,627.76 

Employee's working funds 900.00 

Prepayments 506.37 

8,034.13 

Special Funds: 

Reserve fund investments .■ 47,463.31 



$534,778.46 



Approved by: — 

A. Murray McCrimmon - - - Controller. 
T. S. Lyon - - Chairman of the Commission. 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 265 

RAILWAY 

Power Commission of Ontario) 

October 31, 1935 

LIABILITIES, RESERVES AND EQUITY 
Long-Term Debt: 

5% Hydro-Radial debentures due November 1, 1970 (Issued for 
extensions and betterments, secured by $300,000.00 5% 
City of Guelph debentures due May 1, 1971.) $300,000.00 

Current and Accrued Liabilities: 

Accounts payable. , $ 8,677.03 

Matured interest unpaid 7,500.00 

16,177.03 

Deferred Credits: 

Premium on funded debt 20,767.65 

Reserves: 

Reserve for depreciation — road and equipment $29,896.09 

Operating reserves 2,675.32 

32,571.41 

Equity of the City of Guelph: 

Purchase price of the railway as per purchase agreement of 

December 8, 1920 , $150,000.00 

Less — Twenty-nine instalments thereon 99,714.65 

$50,285.35 
Reserve — Created by payment of instalments on the purchase 
price out of the revenue of the road and assessments 
against the City of Guelph 99,714.65 

Sinking fund reserve 15,262.37 

165,262.37 

$534,778.46 



Auditors' Certificate 

We have examined the Books and Accounts of the Guelph Radial Railway for the year 
ended the 31st October, 1935, and report that, subject to the adequacy of the Reserve for 
Depreciation, in our opinion the above Balance Sheet is properly drawn up so as to exhibit a 
true and correct view of the state of the Railway's affairs at the 31st October, 1935, according 
to the best of our information and the explanations given to us and as shown by the books 
of the Railway. We have obtained all the information and explanations we have required. 

Oscar Hudson and Co. 
Dated at Toronto, Ontario, Chartered Accountants 

30th March, 1936 Auditors 



266 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



GUELPH RADIAL RAILWAY 

(Operated by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario) 

Operating and Income Accounts for the Year Ended October 31, 1935 

Operating Account 



Tramways Buses 



Total 



Operating Revenues: 

Revenue from transportation 

Revenue from other operations. 

Operating revenues 



Operating Expenses: 

Maintenance of way and structures. 

Maintenance of equipment 

Power purchased 

Transportation expenses 

Traffic expenses 

General and miscellaneous expenses. 
Depreciation provision 



Operating expenses. 
Net Operating Deficit 



Taxes. 



Net Operating Loss. 



46,235.08 
467.73 



5,519.13 



15,880.27 
38.21 



62,115.35 
505.94 



46,702.81 


15,918.48 


62,621.29 


4,843.56 

10,606.34 

10,783.90 

17,063.50 

15.00 


l,99l'.81 

'16*938.49 


4,843.56 

12,598.15 

10,783.90 

28,001.99 

15.00 


7,365.36 
1,299.91 


3,393.81 
512.90 


10,759.17 
1,812.81 


51,977.57 


16,837.01 


68,814.58 


5,274.76 


918.53 


6,193.29 


244.37 




244.37 









918.53 6,437.66 



Income Account 

Net Operating Loss (as above) $6,437.66 

Net Interest Charges: 

Interest on long-term debt $15,000.00 

Amortization of premium on debt 235.99 



Income from special funds $2,312.48 

Miscellaneous interest income 308.14 



$14,764.01 



2,620.62 



12,143.39 



Net Loss $18,581.05 

Sinking Fund Appropriation for the Year: 



Principal $3,159.00 

Interest : 465.51 



3,624.51 



Deficiency After Sinking Fund Appropriation $22,205.56 

Miscellaneous Debits: 

Reserve appropriation — instalment on purchase agreement $11,700. 00 

Loss on retired bus equipment 2,357.83 

14,057.83 



Total Deficit Charged to the City of Guelph $36,263.39 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 267 



SECTION X 



MUNICIPAL ACCOUNTS 



And Statistical Data Relating to Hydro-Electric Distribution Systems 

Operated by Individual Municipalities Served by 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 

of Ontario 



The Municipal Accounts section of this report presents in summary, and 
individually, the results of the operation of the local electrical utilities in muni- 
cipalities owning their own distributing systems and operating with energy 
supplied by or through The Hydro-Electric Power Commission. 

Financial statements prepared from the books of these "Hydro" utilities 
are submitted herein to show how each has operated during the past year, 
and its financial status at the present time. Other tables give useful statistical 
information respecting average costs for the various classes of service and the 
rates in force. 

The books of account of the electrical utilities in all municipalities which 
have contracted with The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario for a 
supply of power are kept in accordance with an accounting system designed by 
the Commission. 

Periodical inspections are made of the books of all "Hydro" electrical 
utilities and local officials are assisted in the improvement of their office routine 
with a view to standardizing, as far as possible, the methods employed. In the 
majority of the smaller municipalities much of the bookkeeping for the electrical 
utilities is performed by representatives of the municipal accounting depart- 
ment of the Commission as a measure of economy. This arrangement insures 
the correct application of the standard accounting system, with resultant 
uniformity in classification of revenues and expenditures; secures true reflec- 
tions of the actual operating results for the year, and greatly enhances the 
comparative values of the reports. 

The first financial statement in this section presents consolidated balance 
sheets for each year since 1912, and thus shows the march of progress. It 
combines the balance sheets of the local municipal utilities of all the systems. 



268 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

It is worth noting that the total plant value has increased from $10,081,469.16 
in 1913 to $91,756,564.75 in 1935, and the total assets from $11,907,826.86 to 
$144,850,495.71. The liabilities have not increased in the same proportion as 
the assets, rising from $10,468,351.79 to a maximum of $52,685,316.86 in 1932 
and receding to $43,134,006.30 in 1935. The reasons for this are the regular 
fulfilment of debt retirement schedules under serial debenture provisions or 
by maturity of sinking funds, and also the fact that much of the cost of the 
increasing plant value has been financed out of reserves and surplus without 
increasing the capital liabilities of the respective utilities. By this procedure 
the funds of the systems are used to best advantage. Examination of the 
results will also show that there is a steady decline in the percentage of net 
liabilities to total assets; being from 88.0 per cent in 1913 to 32.0 per cent in 
1935. The equities in The Hydro-Electric Power Commission's systems auto- 
matically acquired through the inclusion of sinking funds as part of the cost of 
power are not taken into account in arriving at these percentages. 

The second financial statement presents consolidated operating reports 
for each year since ' 'Hydro' ' service was inaugurated and combines the results 
from the local municipal utilities of all the systems. After providing for every 
cost of operation and fixed charges, including the standard provision for 
depreciation, the combined operating reports show a net surplus of 
$1,247,549.33 for 1935. 

The five statements, "A" to *'E," following the two consolidated reports 
show the financial status of each municipal utility and the results of operations, 
giving classified information respecting revenue, operating costs, number of 
consumers and consumption, cost of power to municipalities, power and lighting 
rates charged to consumers, etc. In statements "A" and "B", the munici- 
palities are arranged alphabetically under each system; in statement "D" the 
municipalities are arranged in three groups 1 — cities, towns and small munici- 
palities; in statements "C" and "E" all municipalities are arranged alpha- 
betically. 

Statement "A" presents the balance sheet of each electrical utility. The 
plant values are shown under the general subdivisions specified in the standard 
accounting system and the other items on the positive side of the ledger which 
are included in total assets are self-explanatory with the exception, perhaps, 
of the item entitled "equity in H-E.P.C systems." The sinking fund portion 
of the cost paid year by year to the Commission for power is for the purpose of 
ultimately retiring the capital liabilities incurred by the Commission on behalf 
of the municipalities. A municipality's aggregate equity in the Commission's 
systems at any time is the total of the sinking fund payments that have been 
credited to it, together with interest. The total sinking fund equity acquired 
by these municipalities to the end of 1935 is shown in the consolidated balance 
sheet to be $32,609,979.83. 

In conformity with a policy of service at cost to the customer, refunds by 
cash or credit were made during the year in many municipalities from surplus 
funds accrued to the credit of municipal services, such as street lighting, water 
works, sewage disposal, etc., and to individual customers. The amounts of the 
accumulated surpluses rebated equalled, in different municipalities, from five 
per cent to twenty-five per cent of the previous year's revenue. The total thus 
returned to customers during the year 1935 amounted in round figures to 
$335,000.00. 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 269 

In each case the balance sheet includes the credit or charge representing 
the difference between the monthly payments for power at interim rates and 
the cost of power as ascertained by the Commission upon annual adjustment. 

The reserves for depreciation, and the acquired equity in The Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission's systems, are listed individually and totalled; and 
under the heading "surplus" are included not only the free operating surplus 
but the accumulation of sinking fund applicable to debenture debt and also 
the amount of debentures already retired out of revenue. 

The depreciation reserve now amounts to 22.5 per cent of the total de- 
preciable plant, while the depreciation reserve and surplus combined have 
already reached the sum of $66,647,434.60, approximately 72.6 per cent of 
the total plant cost. 

Statement "B" shows detailed operating reports for each municipal 
electrical utility. It gives annual revenues from the various classes of con- 
sumers; the items of expenditure which make up the total annual expenditure 
and the sums set aside for depreciation. The population served by each local 
utility, and the number of consumers of each class are also shown. 

The item "power purchased" in this statement includes the debit or credit 
balances ascertained by the annual adjustment of the cost of power supplied 
to the municipalities by the Commission. 

Of the 284 municipal electric utilities included in this statement, 265 
received from consumers revenue sufficient to meet in full all operating expenses, 
interest, debt retirement instalments, and standard depreciation reserve allo- 
cation and to yield an aggregate net surplus of $1,273,325.07 for the year; 
18 were able to defray out of revenue all such charges except a portion of the 
standard depreciation allocation aggregating $25,395.87; in the case of one 
utility the revenue was less than the total of operating expenses, interest and 
debt retirement instalments by $161.87. 

Statement "C" shows the installation of street lights in each municipality 
together with the rates approved by this Commission, the revenue for 1935 
and the cost per capita in each municipality. 

Statement "D" presents statistics relating to the supply of electrical 
energy to consumers in Ontario municipalities served by the Commission. It 
shows the revenue, kilowatt-hour consumption, number of consumers, average 
monthly consumption, average monthly bill and the net average cost per 
kilowatt-hour both for domestic and for commercial light service in each muni- 
cipality. For power service this statement shows the revenue, the number of 
consumers and the average horsepower supplied by the municipal utility. * For 
further reference to this informative statement, consult the special introduction 
to it on page 396. 

Statement "E" presents the cost per horsepower of the power provided 
for and delivered to the municipalities by the Commission, and the local rates 
to consumers in force in the respective municipalities, during the year 1935, for 
domestic service, for commercial light service and for power service. 

*The statistics include retail power only. Wholesale industrial power as supplied by the 
Commission direct, is reported in Section IX. 



270 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



HY 


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HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 








DRO UTILITIES OF CO-OPERATING URBAN MUNICIPALITIES 






TWENTY- FIVE YEARS RECORD 




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TOTAL ASSETS 


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-120.000.000 














110.000.000 


















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90,000.000 




















- 90,000,000 




























70,000,000 
































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271 




THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 




HYDRO UTILITIES OF CO-OPERATING URBAN MUNICIPALITIES 
TWENTY- FIVE YEARS REVENUES 


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11.000,000 ■■ ■ 








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- 8,000,000 

- 6.000,000 

- 4,000.000 

- 2.000.000 














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- 2.000,000 




















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- 6,000.000 

- 4,000,000 

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272 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



CONSOLIDATED 



Year 


1913 


1914 


1915 






Number of municipalities included 


45 


69 


99 


Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 

626,707.34 

1,090,875.69 

2,690,834.74 

644,514.24 

615,546.20 

840,606.64 

900,614.80 

62,765.34 

866,551.89 

1,401,175.28 

341,277.00 


$ c. 

791,732.20 

1,476,087.84 

3,422,763.93 

807,153.53 

787,613.52 

1,172,475.11 

1,071,255.37 

270,386.55 

2,062,035.90 

420,108.33 

619,513.12 


$ c. 
873,838.18 


Substation equipment 


1,582,062.56 


Distribution system — overhead 


4,234,626.05 


Distribution system — underground 

Line transformers 


928,420.77 
981,754.70 


Meters 


1,418,165.08 


Street lighting equipment-regular 

Street lighting equipment- ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expenses. 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


1,309,628.49 
197,644.82 

1,701,182.66 
461,651.60 


Old plant 


1,184,372.86 






Total plant 


10,081,469.16 

450,887.97 


12,901,125.40 
422,350.12 


14.873,347.77 


Bank and cash balance . 


284,653.96 


Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


344,487.95 
540,274.58 
431,747.27 


561,873.08 
615,226.76 
625,217.03 


602,920.69 


Inventories 


726,556.76 


Sinking fund on local debentures 

Equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 


868,983.78 


Other assets 


58,959.93 


123,410.97 


326,801.11 






Total assets 


11,907,826.86 


15,249,203.36 


17,683,264.07 






Liabilities 
Debenture balance 


8,711,308.37 
1,553,711.45 
160,919.16' 
42,412.81 


10,678,078.36 

1,682,150.29 

228,622.50 

113,838.66 


11,831,811.03 


Accounts payable 

Bank overdraft 


2,040,038.01 
292,106.44 


Other liabilities 


37,388.31 






Total liabilities 


10,468,351.79 


12,702,689.81 


14,201,343.79 






Reserves 
For equitv in H-E.P.C. systems 








For depreciation 


478,145.88 


850,618.07 


1,337,739.73 


Other reserves... 












Total reserves 


478,145.88 


850,618.07 


1,337,739.73 






Surplus 
Debentures paid 


202,751.26 
431,747.27 
326,830.66 


320,129.10 

. 625,217.03 

750,549.35 


394,466.22 


Local sinking fund 


868,983.78 


Operating surplus 


880,730.55 






Total surplus 


961,329.19 


1,695,895.48 


2,144,180.55 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


11,907,826.86 


15,249,203.36 


17,683,264.07 


Percentage of net debt to total assets.. 


88.0 


88.3 


80.3 



Note. — In computing the "percentage of net debt to total assets" the ornamental street 
lighting capital, sinking fund on local debentures, and equity in H-E.P.C. systems, are ex- 
cluded from assets; and the total liabilities are reduced by the amount of the local sinking 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



273 



BALANCE SHEET 



1916 


1917 


1918 


1919 


1920 


128 


143 


166 


191 


195 


$ c. 

1,335,936.33 

1,934,626.12 

4,832,353.27 

1,095,709.62 

1,179,132.07 

1,711,299.49 

1,251,057.13 

306,388.95 

2,059,263.42 

864,500.01 

759,748.66 


$ c. 

1,546,241.41 

2,471,293.82 

6,090,073.42 

1,157,059.90 

1,483,839.44 

1,999,095.48 

1,237,734.69 

361,975.74 

2,184,015.84 

896,753.20 

649,852.51 


$ c. 
1,859,888.69 
2,820,488.70 
6,627,237.39 
1,216,288.59 
1,772,691.35 
2,238,143.70 
1,200,625.65 

531,502.61 
2,395,096.50 

214,575.75 
1,476,413.00 


$ c. 

1,995,545.83 

2,915,125.56 

7,445,820.31 

1,206,296.88 

2,073,113.45 

2,587,566.32 

1,206,638.71 

546,497.68 

2,530,101.08 

986,200.57 

805,959.89 


$ c. 

2,175,568.24 

3,231,050.80 

8,579,881.49 

1,313,369.29 

2,560,581.59 

3,053,135.20 

1,269,006.98 

557,678.13 

2,697,636.12 

757,194.47 

864,298.39 


17,330,015.07 
1,061,029.90 


20,077,935.45 
340,026.50 


22,352,951.93 
391,194.91 


24,298,866.28 

462,437.23 

627,076.53 

1,921,166.69 

1,032,569.75 

1,925,455.77 

369,071.89 

86,216.05 


27,059,400.70 

943,858.12 
341,855.88 


695,152.23 

764,504.59 

1,166,017.73 


1,285,097.33 
1,261,398.36 
1,337,578.96 


1,124,018.44 

972,996.96 

1,663,298.05 


2,022,538.88 • 
1,400,671.89 
2,244,004.34 
577,584.06 


342,215.87 


125,240.05 


444,787.63 


25,447.07 


21,358,935.39 


24,427,276.65 


26,949,247.92 


30,722,860.19 


34,615,360.94 


15.058,641.57 
969,187.75 
178,413.26 
491,874.90 


15,593,773.61 

1,537,669.11 

886,177.94 

429,104.20 


17,209,217.70 

1,007,727.79 

576,816.49 

350,013.21 


18,133,462.44 

1,420,926.66 

403,235.57 

670,271.90 


19,268,072.04 

1,840,137.54 

514,671.99 

642,293.65 


16,698,117.48 


18,446,724.86 


19,143,775.19 


20,627,896.57 


22,265,175.22 








373,871.89 
3,750,162.28 


577,584.06 


1,843,804.68 


2,463,723.83 


3,133,550.17 


4,788,645.03 












1,843,804.68 


2,463,723.83 


3,133,550.17 


4,124,034.17 


5,366,229.09 


549,778.59 
1,165,785.94 
1,101,448.70 


694,797.90 
1,340,615.38 
1,481,414.68 


920,076.56 
1,662,602.69 
2,089,243.31 


1,328,657.68 
1,754,020.37 
2,888,251.40 


1,440,156.52 
2,246,474.47 
3,297,325.64 


2,817,013.23 


3,516,827.96 


4,671,922.56 


5,970,929.45 


6,983,956.63 


21,358,935.39 


24,427,276.65 


26,949,247.92 


30,722,860.19 


34,615,360.94 


78.4 


75.5 


71.0 


67.9 


65.4 



fund reserve, and the liability in respect to the ornamental street lighting capital, which amount 
is included in other liabilities. 



274 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



CONSOLIDATED 



Year 


1921 


1922 


1923 






Number of municipalities included 


215 


226 


235 


Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 

3,230,985.63 

5,403,689.90 

8,397,361.48 

1,401,135.97 

3,077,649.83 

3,552,076.79 

1,335,997.13 

610,586.70 

3,030,134.16 

704,848.46 

912,388.55 


$ c. 
3,334,522.68 
5,046,857.98 
11,165,330.24 
1,598,053.02 
3,618,684.73 
4,033,689.52 
1,419,016.05 

666,084.50 
3,261,495.74 

565,158.54 
7,997,947.87 


$ c. 
4,488,054.93 
6,015,919.75 
13,135,581.76 
1,959,120.41 
4,211,655.89 


Substation equipment 


Distribution system — overhead 


Distribution system — underground 

Line transformers 


Meters 


4,548,933.73 


Street lighting equipment-regular 

Street lighting equipment-ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expenses... 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


1,061,473.85 
708,431.22 

3,681,274.88 
566,619.86 


Old plant 


8,051,496.28 






Total plant 


31,656,854.60 

900,842.34 

477,678.69 

2,155,788.62 

1,504,596.28 

2,541,718.35 

795,570.51 

78,929.84 


42,706,840.87 

1,164,336.24 
443,938.18 
3,874,317.14 
1,738,795.96 
3,416,231.45 
1,543,434.12 
238,940.13 


48,428,562.56 


Bank and cash balance 


1,276,140.06 


Securities and investments 


1,153,424.47 


Accounts receivable 


3,198,769.34 


Inventories 


1,819,711.62 


Sinking fund on local debentures 

Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


3,896,261.28 
2,929,603.94 


Other assets 


190,071.63 






Total assets 


40,111,979.23 


55,126,834.09 


62,892,544.90 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 

Accounts payable 

Bank overdraft 


21,619,220.99 

1,887,567.93 

989,099.98- 

938,368.84 


30,454,186.12 

3,699,292.52 

456,706.69 

586,203.02 


33,056,501.29 

3,708,781.76 

680,714.59 


Other liabilities 


1,517,828.47 






Total liabilities 


25,434,257.74 


35,196,388.35 


38,963,826.11 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


800,249.05 
5,491,858.93 


1,543,434.12 
6,512,813.92 


2,929,603.94 


For depreciation 


7,328,858.69 


Other reserves 












Total reserves 


6,292,107.98 


8,056,248.04 


10,258,462.63 






Surplus 
Debentures paid 


1,860,079.53 
2,541,718.35 
3,983,815.63 


3,104,591.15 
3,416,231.45 
5,353,375.10 


2,852,038.38 


Local sinking fund 


3,896,261.28 


Operating surplus 


6,921,956.50 






Total surplus 


8,385,613.51 


11,874,197.70 


13,670,256.16 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus.... 


40,111,979.23 


55,126,834.09 


62,892,544.90 


Percentage of net debt to total assets.. 


64.7 


63.3 


62.6 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



275 



BALANCE SHEET— Continued 



1924 


1925 


1926 


1927 


1928 


248 


247 


251 


252 


256 


$ c. 
4,561,648.92 
6,800,238.00 
14,182,190.33 
2,873,446.13 
4,456,669.02 
5,149,629.71 
1,134,491.77- 
728,298.08 
4,168,262.21 
4,196,803.45 
5,587,420.31 


$ c. 
5,768,855.99 
8,543,166.55 
16,837,535.57 
3.388,837.09 
5,079,754.23 
5.533,483.92 
1,256,916.53 

893,186.48 
4,485,110.96 

568,912.49 
4,549,142.46 


$ c. 
6,111,162.54 
9,505,501.77 
18,654,240.54 
3,689,569.95 
5,538,605.24 
5,963,162.51 
1,309,608.30 
1,103,660.23 
3,456,777.71 
628,909.57 
4,655,422.59 


$ c. 

6,486,426.89 

15,088,905.14 

16,689,462.41 

3,278,382.58 

5,985,521.37 

6,346,660.59 

1,399,314.06 

1,184,035.82 

3,360,671.09 

607,320.00 

5,095,555.90 


$ c. 

7,024,646.76 

16,866,186.21 

17,688,050.68 

3,559,288.16 

6,549,674.64 

6,839,802.90 

1,486,646.24 

1,203,706.65 

3,394,626.92 

619,880.93 

5,032,089.26 


53,839,097.93 

1,748,912.34 
1,329,622.58 
3,898,751.89 
1,745,628.16 
4,520,723.06 
5,420,567.58 
250,292.77 


56,904,902.27 

1,700,145.30 
1,095,662.92 
3,417,558.86 
1,711,504.13 
5,202,451.70 
7,551,588.70 
137,280.05 


60,616,620.95 

2,136,290.79 
1,400,316.43 
3,508,817.87 
1,397,667.83 
5,599,675.01 
8,046,868.53 
33,151.81 


65,522,255.85 

3,014,832.48 
1,696,237.66 
3,715,770.72 
1,412,729.41 
6,398,909.77 
10,143,205.66 
31,942.45 


70,264,599.35 

1,342,367.07 
1,837,140.51 
4,097,446.13 
1,220,186.10 
7,071,273.69 
12,326,097.56 
153,275.04 


72,753,596:31 


77,721,093.93 


82,739,409.22 


91,935,884.00 


98,312,385.45 


38,005,162.50 

3,117,224.08 

162,100.71 

1,780,564.27 


37,919,225.01 

3,139,067.92 

226,147.82 

1,075,914.83 


39,602,533.48 

3,118,684.78 

163,725.53 

1,087,795.08 


42,891,361.57 

2,988,621.90 

252,362.52 

1,154,810.24 


42,597,175.78 

3,074,634.25 

253,143.81 

1,258,610.23 


43,065,051.56 


42,360,355.58 


43,972,738.87 


47,287,156.23 


47,183,564.07 


5,420,567.58 
8,097,834.68 


7,551,588.70 
8,699,437.68 
1,157,147.20 


8,046,868.53 

9,360,322.27 

947,970.23 


10,143,205.66 

10,319,889.05 

1,002,916.69 


12,326,097.56 

11,140,795.68 

1,117,257.63 






13,518,402.26 


17,408,173.58 


18,355,161.03 


21,466,011.40 


24,584,150.87 


3,530,610.35 
4,520,723.06 
8,118,809.08 


4,440,138.34 
5,202,451.70 
8,309,974.73 


5,493,879.83 
5,599,675.01 
9,317,954.48 


6,648,767.38 

6,398,909.77 

10,135,039.22 


7,928,907.61 

7,071,273.69 

11,544,489.21 


16,170,142.49 


17,952,564.77 


20,411,509.32 


23,182,716.37 


26,544,670.51 


72,753,596.31 


77,721,093.93 


82,739,409.22 


91,935,884.00 


98,312,385.45 


61.4 


57.2 


55.5 


54.2 


50.8 



276 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



CONSOLIDATED 



Year 


1929 


1930 


1931 






Number of municipalities included 


260 


267 


275 


Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 

7,469,451.46 

18,102,792.13 

18,108,016.82 

4,823,369.60 

7,312,742.17 

7,405,478.91 

1,594,183.25 

1,458,349.64 

3,483,487.78 

489,097.57 

5,093,378.75 


$ c. 

7,936,974.31 

19,485,056.28 

19,220,326.48 

4,932,189.05 

7,953,090.23 

7,840,948.07 

1,780,785.67 

1,520,891.01 

3,996,747.77 

139,587.28 

5,322,690.14 


$ c. 
8,407,664.48 
21,013,956.74 
19,918,355.76 
5,361,627.24 
8,649,875.07 
8,106,202.88 


Substation equipment 


Distribution system — overhead 


Distribution system — underground 

Line transformers 


Meters 


Street lighting equipment-regular 

Street lighting equipment-ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expenses... 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


• 2,205,613.18 

1,456,742.91 

3,827,132.05 

458,374.05 


Old plant 


7,146,437.96 


Other plants not distributed.... 








Total plant 


75,340,348.08 

858,733.68 
2,001,088.81 
4,683,201.97 
1,365,033.58 
7,753,613.88 
14,754,865.40 

152,260.86 


80,129,286.29 

2,722,250.12 
1,909,439.11 
4,481,006.92 
1,242,994.51 
8,396,255.47 
17,346,372.44 
173,030.05 


86,551,982.32 
2,738,319.67 


Bank and cash balance 


Securities and investments 


1,999,846.42 


Accounts receivable 


3,957,972.78 


Inventories 


1,276,531.01 


Sinking fund on local debentures 

Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


8,735,050.84 
20,103,275.76 


Other assets 


174,879.28 






Total assets 


106,909,146.26 


116,400,634.91 


125,537,858.08 






Liabilities 
Debenture balance 


42,930,127.74 

3,132,145.03 

412,056.69 

1,621,378.17 


45,091,808.06 

3,001,186.21 

405,663.14 

1,642,771.59 


44,594,400.03 


Accounts payable 


5,382,306.13 


Bank overdraft 


312,575.54 


Other liabilities 


1,909,986.13 






Total liabilities 


48,095,707.63 


50,141,429.00 


52,199,267.83 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems ... 


14,754,865.40 

11,911,154.49 

1,437,371.26 


17,346,372.44 

12,885,387.51 

1,574,655.74 


20,103,275.76 


For depreciation 


13,748,049.68 


Other reserves 


1,693,129.83 


Total reserves 


28,103,391.15 


31,806,415.69 


35,544,455.27 






Surplus 
Debentures paid. 


9,194,253.59 

7,962,121.20 

13,553,672.69 


10,728,279.15 

8,396,255.47 

15,328,255.60 


13,150,040.37 


Local sinking fund 


8,735,050.84 


Operating surplus 


15,909,043.77 






Total surplus 


30,710,047.48 


34,452,790.22 


37,794,134.98 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus . 


106,909,146.26 


116,400,634.91 


125,537,858.08 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


47.8 


46.0 


44.1 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



277 



BALANCE SHEET— Concluded 



1932 


1933 


1934 


1935 


280 


282 


282 


284 


$ c. 

9,503,743.78 

22,288,781.68 

20,866,767.32 

5,820,056.75 

9,392,662.62 

8,403,251.67 

2,257,618.20 

1,545,354.93 

4,120,926.11 

498,231.69 

4,989,654.97 

200,000.00 


$ c. 

10,186,471.28 

22,306,800.94 

21,152,681.20 

5,945,225.61 

9,478,605.14 

8,514,165.03 

2,381,599.40 

1,458,443.68 

4,040,859.74 

502,978.62 

5,016,755.92 

200,000.00 


$ c. 

10,262,692.98 

22,327,618.75 

21,353,725.80 

6,031,767.74 

9,635,279.35 

8,624.504.78 

2,395^96.48 

1,464,306.73 

3,907,359.92 

494,932.96 

4,978,079.44 

200,000.00 


$ c. 

10,381,191.41 

22,072,115.14 

21,650,567.75 

6,068,724.47 

9,678,578.13 

8,767,892.27 

2,420,238.81 

1,486,302.46 

3,616,986.74 

496,050.14 

4,917,917.43 

200,000.00 


89,887,049.72 

3,185,442.00 
2,059,325.10 
3,683,059.42 
1,232,209.52 
9,099,210.61 
23,066,129.81 
163,637.79 


91,184,586.56 

1,696,489.24 
2,163,785.20 
3,746,910.92 
1,226,043.30 
9,386,176.58 
26,045,679.00 
253,581.84 


91,675,564.93 

2,215,914.31 
2,382,446.41 
4,001,596.09 
1,110,705.38 
9,161,419.77 
29,274,340.46 
289,158.19 


91,756,564.75 

2,927,485.90 
2,593,633.59 
4,363,297.95 
1,212,063.37 
9,086,152.46 
32,609,979.83 
301,317.86 


132,376,063.97 


135,703,252.64 


140,111,145.54 


144,850,495.71 


45,133,305.97 

3,512,724.58 

298,910.20 

3,740,376.11 


42,606,145.29 

3,320,485.45 

206,398.00 

3,787,725.14 


39,646,989.68 

3,149,035.07 

143,556.95 

3,669,008.56 


36,667,080.62 

2,931,934.14 

72,084.93 

3,462,906.61 


52,685,316.86 


49,920,753.88 


46,608,590.26 


43,134,006.30 


23,066,129.81 

14,902,177.02 

1,902,308.64 


26,045,679.00 

16,075,959.28 

2,048,081.84 


29,274,340.46 

17,426,809.32 

2,056,820.81 


32,609,979.83 

18,410,891.84 

2,459,074.98 


39,870,615.47 


44,169,720.12 


48,757,970.59 


53,479,946.65 


15,244,778.28 

9,099,210.61 

15,476,142.75 


17,651,367.71 

9,386,176.58 

14,575,234.35 


20,608,129.73 

9,161,419.77 

14,975,035.19 


23,481,974.13 

9,086,152.46 

15,668,416.17 


39,820,131.64 


41,612,778.64 


44,744,584.69 


48,236,542.76 


132,376,063.97 


135,703,252.64 


140,111,145.54 


144,850,495.71 


43.4 


40.4 


35.9 


32.0 



278 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



CONSOLIDATED 



Year 


1912 


1913 


1914 


1915 






Number of municipalities included 


28 


45 


69 


99 


Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 


$ c. 
572,154.38 
525,438.16 
905,378.17 


$ c. 

789,130.81 

673,803.92 

1,214,829.31 


$ c. 
944,271.08 


Commercial light service 




720,209.26 


Commercial power service 




1,501,797.78 


Municipal power 




Street lighting .. 




560,925.56 


698,409.71 


835,970.87 


Rural service .- 




Miscell aneous 




53,543.24 


57,482.41 


68,046.29 






Total earnings 


1,617,674.00 


2,617,439.51 


3,433,656.16 


4,070,295.28 






Expenses 
Power purchased 




789,632.87 
78,394.81 
18,698.46 

104,114.51 

8,547.61 

5,222.19 

53,108.38 

84,903.76 
72,303.51 
77,351.76 

154,932.69 
65,423.64 

528,549.21 

* 


1,045,752.65 
97,658.90 
31,790.99 

130,998.65 

11,764.32 

9,536.07 

65,192.23 

113,047.80 
86,683.02 

103,560.71 

230,899.75 
89,350.91 

662,092.34 

* 


1,484,666.00 


Substation operation 




107,607.31 


Substation mainteance 




25,935.56 


Distribution system, operation 
and maintenance 




154,409.71 


Line transformer maintenance 




11,508.92 


Meter maintenance 




12,899.14 


Consumers' premises expenses 




47,494.26 


Street lighting, operation and 
maintenance 




136,983.38 


Promotion of business 




74,402.55 


Billing and collecting 




131,541.27 


General office, salaries and expenses 




236,777.86 


Undistributed expense 




129,209.15 


Interest 




817,978.89 


Sinking fund and principal pay- 
ments on debentures 




* • 








Total expenses 


1,377,168.00 


2,041,183.40 


2,678,328.34 


3,371,414.00 






Surplus 


240,506.00 
124,992.47 


576,256.11 
262,675.24 


755,327.82 
357,883.31 


698,881.28 


Depreciation and other reserves.... 


414,506.99 


Surplus less depreciation 


115,513.53 


313,580.87 


397,444.51 


284,374.29 







*Debenture payments included in "Interest." 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



279 



OPERATING REPORT 



1916 


1917 


1918 


1919 


1920 


128 


143 


166 


181 


186 


$ c. 

1,172,878.96 

812,130.78 

1,921,152.31 


$ c. 

1,417,460.31 

899,023.72 

2,665,280.65 


$ c. 

1,632,272.12 

968,399.42 

3,417,248.37 


$ c. 
1,991,632.31 
1,175,143.56 
3,443,107.13 


$, c. 

2,546,345.30 

1,512,854.63 

3,752,188.22 

532,279.09 


930,057.48 


967,495.10 


902,875.55 


988,900.95 


1,005,535.11 
168,919.95 


147,381.50 


120,805.39 


161,243.70 


228,270.65 


189,778.63 


4,983,601.03 


6,070,065.17 


7,082,039.16 


7,827,054.60 


9,707,900.93 


* 

1,959,446.83 

153,761.08 

46,131.53 

154,247.17 
14,528.17 
24,218.48 
52,602.01 

145,471.50 
79,324.85 

154,508.58 

306,709.35 
97,333.97 

951,781.99 

* 


2,573,879.37 

203,091.20 

42,129.04 

169,326.24 
25,328.95 
44,461.55 
61,765.14 

157,857.73 
73,516.37 
188,083.84 
349,932.05 
102,938.80 
1,085,180.80 

* 


2,807,769.33 

238,257.34 

60,805.92 

223,347.81 
30,488.83 
63,155.56 
65,149.59 

196,157.18 
64,962/78 
208,660.76 
421,680.15 
117,474.07 
1,238,425.53 

* 


3,284,490.68 

217,638.89 

81,853.63 

286,310.76 
42,509.12 
78,726.64 
84,301.24 

215,963.86 
74,789.22 
236,504.75 
452,131.22 
190,690.09 
1,285,571.51 

* 


4,216,667.87 
285,407.35 
102,050.81 

344,551.57 

46,323.09 

123,701.18 

116,283.52 

236,930.79 
78,294.85 
295,942.88 
559,695.29 
256,400.33 
1,431,807.16 

* 


4,140,065.51 


5,077,491.08 


5,736,334.85 


6,531,481.61 


8,094,056.69 


843,535.52 
486,141.80 


992,574.09 
607,296.29 


1,345,704.31 
718,162.30 


1,295,572.99 
814,219.37 


1,613,844.24 
902,028.75 


357,393.72 


385,277.80 


627,542.01 


481,353.62 


711,815.49 



280 



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No. 26 



CONSOLIDATED 



Year 


1921 


1922 


1923 






Number of municipalities included 


205 


214 


224 


Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

3,149,080.03 

1,851,501.76 

3,895,437.46 

654,531.01 

1,060,357.77 

145,566.57 

225,467.70 


$ c. 

3,786,608.23 

2,158,306.34 

4,383,912.97 

973,263.38 

1,160,446.81 

105,877.09 

187,689.39 


$ c. 
5,166,452.24 


Commercial light service 


3,260,772.50 


Commercial power service 


5,927,666.37 


Municipal power 


1,161,598.60 


Street lighting 


1,269,604.48 


Rural service 


116,639.06 


Miscellaneous 


316,311.21 






Total earnings 


10,981,942.30 


12,756,104.21 


17,219,044.46 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


4,876,650.31 

314,838.35 
104,798.01 

487,918.33 

65,088.46 

116,722.97 

134,854.92 

297,481.52 
101,804.46 
321,685.71 
656,268.11 
308,874.42 
998,611.47 

532,183.96 


6,636,853.37 
315,443.70 
100,763.67 

519,252.16 
52,932.26 

107,806.88 
143,388.88 

297,363.86 
129,932.63 
338,153.50 
605,852.50 
385,895.03 
1,074,657.44 

635,469.90 


8,699,026.67 


Substa tion operation 


474,442.13 


Substation maintenance 


133,815.53 


Distribution system, operation 
and maintenance 


636,477.41 


Line transformer maintenance 

Meter maintenance 


75,920.10 
139,104.81 


Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and 
maintenance 


218.682.02 
299,579.08 


Promotion of business 


184,371.00 


Billing and collecting 


444,306.92 


General office, salaries and expenses 
Undistributed expense 


937,463.47 
359,206.91 


Interest 


1,615,205.16 


Sinking fund and principal pay- 
ments on debentures 


990,907.14 






Total expenses 


9,317,781.00 


11,343,765.78 


15,208,508.35 






Surplus 


1,664,161.30 
1,044,434.85 


1,412,338.43 
715,814.24 


2,010,536.11 


Depreciation and other reserves.... 


916,782.75 


Surplus less depreciation 


619,726.45 


696,524.19 


1,093,753.36 







1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



281 



OPERATING REPORT— Continued 



1924 


1925 


1926 


1927 


1928 


241 


242 


248 


251 


255 


$ c. 
5,993,231.07 
3,566,227.22 
6,222,865.88 
1,352,966.47 
1,356,668.97 
75,100.24 
231,663.58 


$ c. 
6,439,159.86 
3,866,292.79 
6,568,854.77 
1,923,093.09 
1,415,382.22 
37,975.18 
286,451.08 


$ c. 
7,372,602.62 
4,187,899.19 
6,789,217.54 
1,922,512.34 
1,457,686.21 
37,810.73 
471,134.15 


$ c. 
8,189,866.89 
4,626,815.51 
7,342,173.20 
1,913,502.88 
1,489,242.37 
13,765.72 
581,913.04 


$ c. 
8,925,050.56 
5,182,723.32 
8,298,669.44 
1,921,300.97 
1,534,476.98 
48,451.90* 
465,791.92 


18,798,723.43 


20,537,208.99 


22,238,862.78 


24,157,279.61 


26,376,465.09 


9,669,789.40 
430,056.09 
202,050.04 

648,700.62 

82,936.50 

141,231.23 

237,316.20 

269,973.30 
202,060.74 
490,273.30 
889,907.66 
494,078.50 
1,779,991.26 

1,122,798.87 


11,063,123.34 
417,921.71 
207,497.63 

686,344.54 

75,473.28 

156,909.55 

252,808.47 

275,316.60 
217,102.24 
521,134.01 
891,640.29 
520,584.58 
1,889,810.95 

1,294,027.29 


12,185,669.10 
450,416.84 
286,520.37 

795,514.70 

74,876.11 

189,603.70 

275,020.62 

295,869.37 
234,696.74 
557,271.54 
786,742.60 
460,288.30 
1,985,233.73 

1,347,511.92 


13,505,583.77 
430,211.76 

275,148.86 

758,747.10 

94,706.38 

214,813.87 

285,352.68 

318,395.79 
220,687.60 
605,627.58 
824,868.90 
531,003.80 
2,063,698.00 

1,505,626.31 


14,688,570.08 
420,512.48 
247,647.88 

736,159.85 

88,676.18 

218,530.96 

291,333.03 

329,597.16 
249,842.01 
638,797.02 
844,578.55 
542,755.34 
2,111,049.49 

1,601,711.32 


16,661,163.71 


18,469,694.48 


19,925,235.64 


21,634,472.40 


23,009,761.35 


2,137,559.72 
973,649.62 


2,067,514.51 

1,068,880.42 


2,313,627.14 
1,146,273.05 


2,522,807.21 
1,249,711.65 


3,366,703.74 
1,350,252.16 


1,163,910.10 


998,634.09 


1,167,354.09 


1,273,095.56 


2,016,451.58 



*See footnote on page 283. 



282 



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No. 26 



CONSOLIDATED 



Year 


1929 


1930 


1931 






Number of municipalities included 


259 


267 


275 


Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 
9,873,681.57 
5,697,766.06 
9,376,158.74 
2,086,444.24 
1,598,262.43 
51,590.54* 
522,780.95 


$ c. 

10,542,903.89 

5,961,383.23 

9,340,653.28 

2,111,482.38 

1,674,528.03 

28,954.60* 

581,914.78 


$ c. 
10,972,952.10 


Commercial light service 


6,230,475.89 


Commercial power service 


9,456,224.97 




1,967,118.54 


Street lighting 


1,746,855.24 


Merchandise*.... 


29,446.38* 


Miscellaneous 


511,139.80 






Total earnings 


29,206,684.53 


30,241,820.19 


30,914,212.92 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


16,379,162.88 
461,270.27 
274,275.56 

907,817.04 

93,608.14 

242,126.27 

314,495.03 

359,373.40 
250,844.28 
695,729.42 
904,025.64 
502,206.06 
110,630.62 
2,152,695.49 

1,687,201.64 


17,323,077.97 
479,502.48 
320,716.48 

991,972.86 

96,746.35 

278,379.43 

317,902.45 

372,211.17 
249,070.05 
745,159.02 
907,226.89 
523,862.96 
112,029.82 
2,220,214.45 

1,828,061.62 


18,085,166.51 


Substation operation 


487,484.17 


Substation maintenance 


303,536.11 


Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


1,015,256.14 


Line transformer maintenance 

Meter maintenance 


93,463.24 
284,633.88 


Consumers' premises expense 

Street lighting, operation and 
maintenance 


363,078.47 
368,119.49 


Promotion of business 


255,956.03 


Billing and collecting 


792,983.99 


General office, salaries and expenses 
Undistributed expense 


923,676.84 
520,893.10 


Truck operation and maintenance.. 
Interest 


107,918.93 
2,328,094.32 


Sinking fund and principal pay- 
ments on debentures 


2,061,718.79 






Total expenses 


25,335,461.74 


26,766,134.00 


27,991,980.01 


Surplus 


3,871,222.79 
1,469,846.83 


3,475,686.19 
1,574,991.68 


2,922,232.91 


Depreciation and other reserves ... 


1,775,330.69 


Surplus less depreciation 


2,401,375.96 


1,900,694.51 


1,146,902.22 







1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



283 



OPERATING REPORT— Concluded 



1932 


1933 


1934 


1935 


280 


282 


282 


284 


$ c. 

11,447,307.85 

6,243,794.01 

9,356,693.88 

1,859,585.35 

1,783,972.46 

11,069.27* 

513,787.30 


$ c. 

. 11,429,101.13 

6,013,025.96 

9,080,522.07 

1,826,872.07 

1,779,582.48 

12,812.74* 

485,925.43 


$ c. 

11,844,033.10 

6,206,086.35 

9,692,784.37 

1,875,969.80 

1,777,596.69 

18,747.73* 

555,172.04 


$* c. 

12,145,219.89 

6,458,748.57 

10,211,968.71 

1,821,285.82 

1,788,760.38 

21,669.98* 

562,285.82 


31,216,210.12 


30,627,841.88 


31,970,390.08 


33,009,939.17 


19,109,036.25 
503,351.82 
300,186.15 

969,750.51 

95,485.55 

300,104.85 

368,208.73 

360,709.76 
266,760.84 
818,721.33 
960,558.88 
436,692.96 
112,059.90 
2,532,940.93 

2,244,367.86 


19,330,861.58 
484,764.57 
288,583.29 

895,350.99 

82,321.32 

283,115.98 

361,499.20 

353,082.15 
259,936.42 
817,660.03 
908,517.79 
349,101.36 
105,452.68 
2,426,286.35 

2,319,319.09 


19,591,887.79 
468,944.09 
296,550.52 

844,813.95 

75,172.18 

291,402.79 

352,499.09 

338,784.80 
228,741.36 
827,860.20 
908,039.75 
362,322.12 
98,081.61 
2,204,994.25 

2,358,169.12 


20,053,676.40 
478,813.83 
297,127.27 

840,633.88 

70,749.63 

313,234.11 

340,761.52 

340,120.36 
252,648.33 
835,375.90 
943,880.18 
360,676.96 
95,150.54 
2,040,130.35 

2,423,088.34 


29,378,936.42 


29,265,852.80 


29,248,263.62 


29,686,067.60 


1,837,273.70 
1,920,896.22 


1,361,989.08 
1,989,000.41 


2,722,126.46 
2,036,637.33 


3,323,871.57 
2,076,322.24 


83,622.52 
(loss) 


627,011.33 
(loss) 


685,489.13 


1,247,549.33 



*Profits from the sale of merchandise. Rural service now given in "Rural Power Districts." 
Consult Section IX. 



284 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM 



Municipality 


Acton 
1,808 


Agincourt 
P.V. 


Ailsa 

Craig 

468 


Alvinston 
620 


Amherst- 


Population 


burg 
3,044 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 
1,545.45 
1,847.39 

24,088.47 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
133.56 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 






932.00 


Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground 


8,559.03 


7,571.03 


14,008.12 


34,297.91 


Line transformers 


11,074.91 

10,675.41 

1,850.15 


3,686.18 
2,576.73 

802.74 


1,761.29 

2,443.67 

404.09 


2,905.49 
2,972.37 
1,090.62 


15,917.83 


Meters 


15,874.08 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


812.44 
5,598.72 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant.... 


2,554.17 


81.55 


492.36 


791.52 


1,912.97 


Old plant . . 








773.85 














Total plant 


53,635.95 

2,279.95 

3,000.00 

3,615.65 

907.58 


15,706.23 

2,188.57 
3,000.00 
1,597.82 


12,672.44 

6,628.43 

3,000.00 

458.91 


22,675.53 

2,845.17 
2,000.00 
3,675.84 


75,345.95 


Bank and cash balance 


5,760.94 


Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


3,146.01 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures . 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


44,796.68 
322.04 


6,805.43 


11,148.92 


10,843.14 
35.00 


34,523.13 


Other assets 


2,937.47 










Total assets 


108,557.85 


29,298.05 


33,908.70 


42,074.68 


121,713.50 


Deficit 
















Total 


108,557.85 


29,298.05 


33,908.70 


42,074.68 


121,713.50 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 




2,187.98 




10,177.49 


18,719.13 


Accounts payable 




154.74 


Bank overdraft 










Other liabilities 


736.92 




106.00 


35.00 










Total liabilities 


736.92 


2,187.98 


260.74 


10,212.49 


25,979.10 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. ... 
For depreciation 


44,796.68 
10,371.35 


6,805.43 
2,289.63 


11,148.92 

5,382.77 


10,843.14 

6,033.62 

75.00 


34,523.13 
17,629.77 


Other reserves 


316.44 












Total reserves 


55,168.03 


9,095.06 


16,531.69 


16,951.76 


52,469.34 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


14,500.00 


5,884.67 


6,883.38 


13,351.75 




Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


38,152.90 


12,130.34 


10,232.89 


1,558.68 


29,930.59 






Total surplus 


52,652.90 


18,015.01 


17,116.27 


14,910.43 


43,265.06 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


108,557.85 


29,298.05 


33,908.70 


42,074.68 


121,713.50 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


1.1 


9.7 


1.1 


32.7 


24.9 



Note. — In computing the "percentage of net debt to total assets," the 
street lighting capital, sinking fund on local debentures, and equity in H-E.P. 



ornamental 
C. systems, 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



285 



Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1935 





Ancaster 
Twp. 


Arkona 
391 


Aylmer 

1,985 


Ayr 
769 


Baden 
P.V. 


Beachville 
P.V. 


Belle 
River 
742 


Blenheim 
1,664 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
9,019.23 


$ c. 
125.00 


$ c. 
660.64 


$ c. 
176.13 


$ c. 




$ c. 







909.64 


16,114.42 


9,572.99 


20,787.46 


12,487.37 


7,486.26 


14,029.99 


16,532.02 


26,938.87 


10,742.40 
4,318.13 
1,368.59 


1,706.44 

1,584.70 

720.25 


10,691.41 

10,225.00 

1,792.47 


3,850.56 
3,664.41 

628.42 


4,136.42 

3,086.75 

447.45 


3,550.21 

3,187.77 
444.23 


3,977.45 

3,674.08 

924.29 


8,561.46 
9,279.00 
3,368.26 
1,482.97 


428.76 


218.73 


1,122.18 


941.79 




602.04 


1,025.78 




916.48 










1,030.30 


6,719.17 


4,002.53 




::::::::::::::::::::i::; 








32,972.30 


14,833.41 


60,356.92 

5,287.72 

12,000.00 

2,359.26 


25,700.08 


15,817.52 
6,414.14 


21,990.37 

1,427.65 

4,000.00 

820.72 


26,133.62 

3,482.53 
3,000.00 
1,281.89 


51,456.68 
7,614.56 










1,656.75 


409.18 


1,183.18 


209.37 


1,220.65 

488.83 


















10,610.66 


3,891.23 


28,061.65 
111.00 


10,014.33 
517.29 


22,691.61 


28,519.48 


6,567.58 


25,665.12 














45,239.71 


19,133.82 
1,641.67 


108,176.55 


37,414.88 


45,132.64 


56,758.22 


40,465.62 


86,445.84 














45,239.71 


20,775.49 


108,176.55 


37,414.88 


45,132.64 


56,758.22 


40,465.62 


86,445.84 


7,285.84 
1,305.22 


8,515.03 
1,639.87 

176.78 
14.17 


17,430.97 
2,168.90 


6,195.95 


1,650.91 


1,805.87 
96.15 


4,601.89 
166.26 


7,486.00 
806.90 


473.32 


140.80 






155.32 


111.00 






142.00 


1,731.47 












9,219.70 


10,345.85 


19,710.87 


6,336.75 


1,650.91 


1,902.02 


4,910.15 


10,024.37 


10,610.66 
7,403.58 


3,891.23 
1,940.61 


28,061.65 

12,284.88 

395.89 


10,014.33 
4,766.83 


22,691.61 
2,214.12 


28,519.48 
5,994.88 


6,567.58 
6,051.02 
5,000.00 


25,665.12 

12,690.99 

39.22 














18,014.24 


5,831.84 


40,742.42 


14,781.16 


24,905.73 


34,514.36 


17,618.60 


38,395.33 








11,307.43 






3,898.11 


6,514.00 


14,502.03 




26,452.31 


4,989.54 


15,226.91 


16,794.71 


14,038.76 


31,512.14 








18,005.77 


4,597.80 


47,723.26 


16,296.97 


18,576.00 


20,341.84 


17,936.87 


38,026.14 


45,239.71 


20,775.49 


108,176.55 


37,414.88 


45,132.64 


56,758.22 


40,465.62 


86,445.84 


26.6 


67.9 


24.5 


23.1 


7.4 


6.7 


14.5 


14.4 



are excluded from assets; and the total liabilities are reduced by the amount of the local 
sinking fund reserve, and the liability in respect to the ornamental street lighting capital, 
which amount is included in other liabilities. 



286 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Blyth 
615 


Bolton 
560 


Bothwell 
698 


Brampton 

5,487 


Brantford 


Population 


30,691 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

5,355.12 

24,742.53 

50,420.59 


$ c. 
101,567.68 


Substation equipment 








165,694.39 


Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system— underground 


11,466.08 


9,970.72 


6,108.15 


232,973.17 


Line transformers 


2,449.70 
2,016.38 
1,284.19 


4,296.34 

3,080.82 

856.19 


2,753.37 

2,867.97 

209.51 

4,431.19 

507.28 


30,653.19 

27,494.56 

2,645.94 


116,716.91 


Meters 


119,818.07 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


24,036.06 
38,922.18 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


276.29 


1,050.06 


18,194.72 


32,429.16 


Old plant 


2,332.68 


1,554.60 






7,257.00 


Plant not distributed 






200,000.00 














Total plant 


19,825.32 
2,234.47 


20,808.73 

1,392.65 

1,500.00 

726.44 


16,877.47 

3,273.90 

11,000.00 

513.37 

30.78 


159,506.65 

7,867.70 

4,722.07 

4,135.96 

211.53 


1,039,414.62 


Bank and cash balance 


9,534.94 


Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


1,193.26 


37,312.81 


Inventories 


14,753.49 


Sinking fund on local debentures.... 








Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


6,298.26 


12,541.24 


12,873.35 


113,992.52 


591,756.29 
21,502.38 














Total assets 


29,551.31 


36,969 06 


44,568.87 


290,436.43 


1,714,274.53 


Deficit 
















Total 


29,551.31 


36,969.06 


44,568.87 


290,436.43 


1,714,274.53 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


6,869.66 


4,856.64 
38.51 


2,673.51 
295.36 


8,899.01 
930.24 


131,500.00 


Accounts payable 


4,299.38 


Bank overdraft 






Other liabilities 


140.00 




1,171.22 




*127,030.40 










Total liabilities 


7,009.66 


4,895.15 


4,140.09 


9,829.25 


262,829.78 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems... 
For depreciation 


6,298.26 
3,437.17 


12,541.24 
6,061.64 


12,873.35 

6,873.07 

25.02 


113,992.52 

50,177.43 

168.35 


591,756.29 
228,500.10 


Other reserves 


134,826.95 










Total reserves 


9,735.43 


18,602.88 


19,771.44 


164,338.30 


955,083.34 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


9,399.37 


7,643.36 


2,860.68 


60,151.63 


398,500.00 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


3,406.85 


5,827.67 


17,796.66 


56,117.25 


97,861.41 






Total surplus 


12,806.22 


13,471.03 


20,657.34 


116,268.88 


496,361.41 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


29,551.31 


36,969.06 


44,568.87 


290,436.43 


1,714,274.53 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


30.1 


20.0 


11.0 


5.7 


20.7 



*Includes a balance of $73,562.60 on purchase agreement. 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



287 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1935 



Brantford 
Twp. 


Bridgeport 
P.V. 


Brigden 
P.V. 


Brussels 
786 


Bur ford 
P.V. 


Burgess- 
ville 
P.V. 


Caledonia 
1,300 


Campbell- 
ville 
P.V. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
101.03 


$ c. 


$ c. 
202.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


1,192.71 












53,449.60 


9,720.65 


7,181.72 


13,614.29 


9,277.77 


3,501.22 


17,852.19 


2,973.19 


17,044.17 

12,285.66 

4,530.04 


3,979.30 
2,217.15 
1,602.69 


2,060.02 

2,238.85 
464.90 


2,402.70 
3,867.94 
1,587.79 


2,983.01 
3,493.95 

425.14 


1,203.50 
966.40 
261.02 


6,432.74 
6,371.25 
1,582.94 


718.23 
567.30 
283.06 


2,901.28 


605.86 


888.11 


1,572.29 


703.48 


457.22 


752.91 


45.82 






1,381.00 


2,827.50 






































91,403.46 
2,991.61 


18,125.65 
117.17 


14,315.63 
1,173.83 


25,872.51 
6,407.70 


17,085.35 

2,127.72 

4,000.00 

259.57 


6,389.36 
80.19 


32,992.03 

1,757.93 

2,000.00 

563.94 


4,587.60 

657.17 
1,000.00 


774.45 


426.64 


434.82 


1,217.74 


141.39 


341.33 


3,983.73 
















20,586.32 
1,659.24 


3,604.75 
102.15 


8,440.98 
10.00 


8,659.54 


9,293.09 

42.08 


3,776.88 


15,119.03 


1,547.26 












121,398.81 


22,376.36 


24,375.26 


42,157.49 


32,807.81 


10,387.82 


52,432.93 


8,133.36 


















121,398.81 


22,376.36 


24,375.26 


42,157.49 


32,807.81 


10,387.82 


52,432.93 


8,133.36 


16,469.42 


10,668.15 
224.03 


317.11 


11,131.40 
1,757.28 






1,255.32 

8.27 


3,031.82 


331.72 


33.82 


505.28 










1,659.24 


102.15 


10.00 




42.08 


















18,460.38 


10,994.33 


327.11 


12,888.68 


75.90 


505.28 


1,263.59 


3,031.82 


20,586.32 

21,725.07 

69.67 


3,604.75 
5,502.00 


8,440.98 

3,790.14 

78.89 


8,659.54 
5,211.41 


9,293.09 
4,876.53 


3,776.88 

2,471.09 

85.41 


15,119.03 
2,845.95 


1,547.26 
917.54 














42,381.06 


9,106.75 


12,310.01 


13,870.95 


14,169.62 


6,333.38 


17,964.98 


2,464.80 


40,656.24 
3,983.73 


1,699.88 


7,682.89 


9,868.60 


9,000.00 


3,500.00 


3,368.68 


2,415.95 


15,917.40 


575.40 


4,055.25 


5,529.26 


9,562.29 


49.16 


29,835.68 


220.79 


60,557.37 


2,275.28 


11,738.14 


15,397.86 


18,562.29 


3,549.16 


33,204.36 


2,636.74 


121,398.81 


22,376.36 


24,375.26 


42,157.49 


32,807.81 


10,387.82 


52,432.93 


8,133.36 


14.9 


58.5 


2.0 


38.5 


0.3 


7.6 


3.4 


46.0 



288 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality .... 


Cayuga 
668 


Chatham 
16,284 


Chippawa 
1,143 


Clifford 
423 


Clinton 


Population 


1,863 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 
46,616.76 
113,072.81 
163,187.56 
82,706.67 
87,386.96 
69,203.87 
18,843.16 
35,426.10 
32,325.05 


$ c. 
631.50 


$ c. 


$ c. 
8,760.82 


Substation equipment 






7,544.43 


Distribution system— overhead 

Distribution system— underground 


14,666.02 


19,123.86 


7,698.14 


23,314.71 


Line transformers 


3,162.29 

2,851.50 

942.83 


6,107.56 

4,798.92 
1,898.61 


1,069.66 
2,277.39 

687.42 


8,743.73 


Meters 


9,795.83 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


1,313.03 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


479.47 


1,073.52 


37.44 


3,695.49 


Old plant 




42,752.31 






10,658.09 












Total plant 


22,102.11 

933.85 

1,500.00 

484.11 

210.29 


691,521.25 

29,070.84 


33,633.97 

1,987.94 


11,770.05 

806.84 


73,826.13 


Bank and cash balance 


2,618.52 


Securities and investments 


3,000.00 


Accounts receivable 


28,274.33 
4,566.73 


284.49 


586.26 


1,724.88 


Inventories . 


2,451.43 


Sinking fund on local debentures... 






37,806.02 


Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


6,037.63 


268,596.84 
4,837.09 


11,744.11 
230.00 


4,355.36 


32,049.85 










Total assets 


31,267.99 


1,026,867.08 


47,880.51 


17,518.51 


153,476.83 


Deficit 
















Total 


31,267.99 


1,026,867.08 


47,880.51 


17,518.51 


153,476.83 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


11,635.11 


213,885.02 
23,276.07 


4,778.26 
239.48 


6,389.35 
270.91 


44,500.00 


Accounts payable 




Bank overdraft 






Other liabilities 


55.00 


40,248.26 


219.00 




283.81 








Totalliabilities 


11,690.11 


277,409.35 


5,236.74 


6,660.26 


44,783.81 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems... 
For depreciation 


6,037.63 
3,929.46 


268,596.84 

138,131.44 

4,596.94 


11,744.11 
7,638.94 


4,355.36 
1,974.13 


32,049.85 
23,381.27 


Other reserves 


611.25 












Total reserves 


9,967.09 


411,325.22 


19,383.05 


6,329.49 


56,042.37 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


8,364.89 


156,114.98 


8,571.74 


1,610.65 




Local sinking fund 


37,806.02 


Operating surplus 


1,245.90 


182,017.53 


14,688.98 


2,918.11 


14,844.63 






Total surplus 


9,610.79 


338,132.51 


23,260.72 


4,528.76 


52,650.65 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


31,267.99 


1,026,867.08 


47,880.51 


17,518.51 


153,476.83 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


46.0 


33.5 


14.4 


50.6 


11.5 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



289 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1935 



Comber 
P.V. 


Cottam 
P.V. 


Courtright 
332 


Dashwood 
P.V. 


Delaware 
P.V. 


Dorchester 
P.V. 


Drayton 
569 


Dresden 
1,479 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
















523.00 


7,399.92 


9,519.71 


6,539.99 


3,412.91 


3,898.39 


8,655.91 


9,331.97 


18,659.05 


3,422.04 

2,449.92 

384.93 


1,661.26 

1,778.79 

366.43 


1,225.40 

880.37 
425.08 


1,600.44 

1,378.45 

353.42 


l,00f.44 

1,006.77 

148.08 


3,126.91 

2,441.33 

641.67 


3,328.48 

3,320.22 

673.50 


7,524.07 
6,065.27 
1,127.48 


1,061.77 


229.14 


558.67 


291.87 


203.81 


328.41 


401.02 


1,605.36 
















4,815.01 


















14,718.58 
3,821.38 


13,555.33 

1,150.90 

3,000.00 

201.39 


9,629.51 
1,009.41 


7,037.09 

1,209.64 

1,500.00 

865.74 


6,258.49 

1,048.01 
3,000.00 
• 306.10 


15,194.23 

1,375.86 

2,000.00 

343.17 


17,055.19 

2,263.05 
3,000.00 

885.82 


40,319.24 

808.61 
2,000.00 


935.10 


371.90 


2,815.79 
393.93 


















13,448.48 


2,584.31 


3,817.45 


5,794.50 


2,013.55 


4,992.59 
26.00 


8,348.85 


21,667.93 
138.00 
















32,923.54 


20,491.93 


14,828.27 


16,406.97 


12,626.15 


23,931.85 


31,552.91 


68,143.50 


















32,923.54 


20,491.93 


14,828.27 


16,406.97 


12,626.15 


23,931.85 


31,552.91 


68,143.50 


973.20 


6,094.71 
12.39 


2,212.58 


1,889.32 
81.24 


1,849.18 
342.88 


2,160.31 
36.56 


5,786.24 
5.80 






184.71 








17.00 


115.00 








26.00 




138.00 














990.20 


6,222.10 


2,212.58 


1,970.56 


2,192.06 


2,222.87 


5,792.04 


322.71 


13,448.48 
5,193.34 


2,584.31 
3,154.63 


3,817.45 
1,562.15 


5,794.50 
2,349.52 


2,013.55 

1,178.58 
30.00 


4,992.59 

2,152.97 

64.15 


8,348.85 
6,012.31 


21,667.93 

5,056.14 

267.44 














18,641.82 


5,738.94 


5,379.60 


8,144.02 


3,222.13 


7,209.71 


14,361.16 


26,991.51 


6,726.80 


2,905.51 


5,925.77 


1,510.68 


2,150.82 


2,139.69 


3,713.76 


16,238.25 


6,564.72 


5,625.38 


1,310.32 


4,781.71 


5,061.14 


12,359.58 


7,685.95 


24,591.03 


13,291.52 


8,530.89 


7,236.09 


6,292.39 


7,211.96 


14,499.27 


11,399.71 


40,829.28 


32,923.54 


20,491.93 


14,828.27 


16,406.97 


12,626.15 


23,931.85 


31,552.91 


68,143.50 


5.0 


34.7 


20.1 


18.6 


20.6 


11.7 


25.0 


0.7 



10-H.E. 



290 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Drumbo 
P.V. 


Dublin 
P.V. 


Dundas 

4,983 


Dunnville 
3,746 


Dutton 


Population 


780 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
12,111.11 
13,396.22 
50,286.99 


$ c. 

3,356.09 

27,507.57 

37,775.37 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 








Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground 


4,603.91 


5,787.61 


9,094.18 


Line transformers 


1,651.50 

1,863.92 

262.27 


897.65 
874.11 
544.86 


19,634.79 

20,066.33 

10,834.15 

1,154.52 

7,061.70 


18,380.09 

16,701.76 

8,012.37 


3,425.25 


Meters 


3,376.79 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


659.31 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


235.58 


787.06 


5,740.41 


317.62 


Old plant 






1,867.38 


10,717.62 












Total plant 


8,617.18 
4,139.37 


8,891.29 
768.33 


136,413.19 

12,243.81 

1,500.00 

4,827.05 

373.13 


128,191.28 

8,136.66 

10,000.00 

6,423.49 

1,330.80 


16,873.15 


Bank and cash balance 


1,653.27 


Securities and investments 


2,500.00 


Accounts receivable 


335.21 


139.40 


500.25 


Inventories 


4.86 


Sinking fund on local debentures.... 








Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


4,433.95 


4,028.53 


97,408.16 
4,424.02 


40,252.46 


13,513.02 
90.13 












Total assets 


17,525.71 


13,827.55 
765.62 


257,189.36 


194,334.69 


35,134.68 


Deficit 














Total 


17,525.71 


14,593.17 


257,189.36 


194,334.69 


35,134.68 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


2,080.67 
125.85 


396.66 

786.78 


21,356.60 
231.98 


44,512.13 
4,065.19 




Accounts payable 


438.67 


Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities 






5,283.88 


1,502.24 


67.21 










Total liabilities 


2,206.52 


1,183.44 


26,872.46 


50,079.56 


505.88 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems.... 
For depreciation 


4,433.95 
3,492.76 


4,028.53 
3,577.86 


97,408.16 

48,719.45 

159.73 


40,252.46 
30,153.73 


13,513.02 
6,785.56 


Other reserves 


29.38 












Total reserves 


7,926.71 


7,606.39 


146,287.34 


70,406.19 


20,327.96 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


2,419.33 


5,803.34 


31,643.40 


30,987.87 


8,407.49 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


4,973.15 




52,386.16 


42,861.07 


5,893.35 








Total surplus 


7,392.48 


5,803.34 


84,029.56 


73,848.94 


14,300.84 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


17,525.71 


14,593.17 


257,189.36 


194,334.69 


35,134.68 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


16.8 


12.1 


16.2 


32.5 


2.3 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



291 



' 'A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1935 



East 

Windsor 

14,606 


East York 
Twp. 


Elmira 
2,650 


Elora 
1,133 


Embro 
408 


Erieau 
281 


Erie 

Beach 

23 


Essex 
1,689 


$ c. 


$ c. 

17,018.18 

8,893.55 

287,900.81 


$ c. 
7,419.77 


$ c. 
1,524.54 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 












175,946.95 


34,909.34 


17,215.85 


9,737.08 


9,459.93 


2,005.75 


36,062.30 
442.55 


77,205.79 
60,473.47 


79,862.50 

142,586.73 

20,705.20 


15,439.13 

12,558.81 

1,377.20 


7,316.65 
5,909.72 
1,245.99 


3,039.64 

2,075.18 

535.73 


1,574.00 

2,499.65 

246.10 


613.17 
682.67 


15,011.34 

10,957.37 

1,548.10 


89,295.42 




7,205.06 


4,001.13 


13,240.35 


3,282.26 


1,190.41 


69.45 


379.90 


375.03 


2,123.90 






2,168.08 


1,425.47 


429.25 


















406,922.76 
86,241.82 


570,207.32 

9,707.52 

2,812.91 

11,836.90 

5,776.74 


77,154.59 


35,828.63 

313.85 
7,000.00 
1,469.98 

560.59 


15,886.33 

2,594.24 

1,000.00 

655.57 


14,159.58 
989.41 


3,676.62 
831.62 


73,350.62 
9,836.42 






5,000.00 


49,461.61 


2,342.25 


672.19 


211.22 


2,186.40 














154,123.72 


158,926.51 


55,401.65 
794.39 


26,637.68 
34.92 


7,855.35 
5.00 


3,910.34 


962.65 
30.91 


19,692.25 
551.48 










696,749.91 


759,267.90 


135,692.88 


71,845.65 


27,996.49 


19,731.52 


5,713.02 


110,617.17 


















696,749.91 


759,267.90 


135,692.88 


71,845.65 


27,996.49 


19,731.52 


5,713.02 


110,617.17 


84,161.16 

52,772.82 


230,007.25 
38,418.41 


21,172.95 

2,407.13 

651.96 

794.39 


2,170.15 
187.51 


2,265.86 
542.15 


3,830.58 
53.48 


2,269.30 


17,970.05 
1,234.32 








89,295.42 


16,003.34 


681.25 


5.00 


30.00 




7,756.54 








226,229.40 


284,429.00 


25,026.43 


3,038.91 


2,813.01 


3,914.06 


2,269.30 


26,960.91 


154,123.72 
59,282.89 
13,451.74 


158,926.51 

69,041.23 

5,127.44 


55,401.65 
18,647.65 


26,637.68 
12,651.07 


7,855.35 

5,417.31 

50.00 


3,910.34 

2,400.90 

30.00 


962.65 
406.31 


19,692.25 

14,319.31 

372.59 












226,858.35 


233,095.18 


74,049.30 


39,288.75 


13,322.66 


6,341.24 


1,368.96 


34,384.15 


64,838.84 


127,060.53 


15,995.55 


10,829.85 


5,234.14 


3,052.55 


1,030.70 


4,529.95 


178,823.32 


114,683.19 


20,621.60 


18,688.14 


6,626.68 


6,423.67 


1,044.06 


44,742.16 


243,662.16 


241,743.72 


36,617.15 


29,517.99 


11,860.82 


9,476.22 


2,074.76 


49,272.11 


696,749.91 


759,267.90 


135,692.88 


71,845.65 


27,996.49 


19,731.52 


5,713.02 


110,617.17 


28.0 


47.4 


31.2 


6.7 


14.0 


24.7 


47.8 


23.6 



292 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality .... 


Etobicoke 
Twp. 


Exeter 
1,597 


Fergus 
2,520 


Fonthill 
808 


Forest 


Population 


1,496 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 
26,674.19 


$ c. 
3,281.59 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
6,447.40 


Substation equipment 






Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system— underground 


276,626.26 


28,704.89 


34,061.77 


11,172.41 


20,151.56 


Line transformers 


72,458.08 

55,678.85 

12,165.26 

2,689.44 

4,346.09 


10,670.88 
8,105.35 
1,026.85 
4,038.63 
1,934.86 


19,160.25 

12,517.14 

2,309.20 


4,877.07 
4,331.41 
1,056.80 


9,673.21 


Meters 


9,589.06 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


2,369.94 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


1,428.23 


3,806.65 


987.58 


Old plant 






2,546.59 




11,042.87 












Total plant 


450,638.17 
2,643.51 


57,763.05 

4,421.21 
8,000.00 
2,960.96 
1,167.55 


72,023.18 


25,244.34 
1,689.80 


60,261.62 


Bank and cash balance 


6,597.03 


Securities and investments 




7,500.00 


Accounts receivable 


11,356.09 
5,611.46 


4,578.55 
110.54 


277.27 


4,427.16 


Inventories 


1,931.70 


Sinking fund on local debentures.... 






Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


122,580.85 


28,378.77 


37,243.91 
206.04 


3,785.03 
295.77 


21,046.64 


Other assets 












Total assets 


592,830.08 


102,691.54 


114,162.22 


31,292.21 


101,764.15 


Deficit 
















Total 


592,830.08 


102,691.54 


114,162.22 


31,292.21 


101,764.15 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


160,437.12 
30,158.12 


6,143.75 
233.48 


16,205.98 

2,776.58 

130.80 

25.00 


14,691.62 
1,380.85 


8,380.12 


Accounts payable 


149.60 


Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities 


8,374.42 


226.25 


275.62 


39.06 






Total liabilities 


198,969.66 


6,603.48 


19,138.36 


16,348.09 


8,568.78 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems... 
For depreciation 


122,580.85 

78,413.39 

696.55 


28,378.77 

11,578.14 

69.94 


37,243.91 

9,593.97 

350.00 


3,785.03 
2,399.46 


21,046.64 
13,708.41 


Other reserves 


50.00 








Total reserves 


201,690.79 


40,026.85 


47,187.88 


6,184.49 


34,805.05 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


105,258.28 


13,856.30 


25,794.02 


7,808.38 


26,019.88 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


86,911.35 


42,204.91 


22,041.96 


951.25 


32,370.44 






Total surplus 


192,169.63 


56,061.21 


47,835.98 


8,759.63 


58,390.32 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


592,830.08 


102,691.54 


114,162.22 


31,292.21 


101,764.15 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


42.0 


8.9 


24.9 


60.0 


10.6 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



293 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1935 



Gait 
13,715 


George- 
town 
2,203 


Glencoe 
833 


Goderich 
4,383 


Granton 
P.V. 


Geulph 

20,882 


Hagers- 
ville 
1,399 


Hamilton 
154,276 


$ c. 
201,705.30 


$ c. 


$ c. 
3,102.65 


$ c. 
13,569.89 
34,402.48 
67,313.23 


$ c. 


$ c. 

13,380.18 

157,622.04 

187,174.43 


$ c. 


$ c. 
929,173.15 


113,516.86 






864.37 
20,509.07 


1,760,666.67 


239,888.09 


32,206.07 


20,893.68 


4,339.20 


1,194,372.17 
840,949.39 


115,843.30 
69,104.84 
72,802.91 


18,366.51 

14,032.49 

1,364.67 


6,325.45 
4,202.13 
1,726.23 


18,339.18 
19,377.93 

4,853.77 


1,533.55 

1,500.40 

163.37 


89,451.88 
93,795.83 
42,554.24 


10,075.72 
8,660.25 
1,040.67 


881,821.58 
646,549.35 
278,930.72 


24,083.95 


2,295.28 


3,356.43 


5,553.66 


113.08 


15,328.20 


924.36 


204,326.82 




2,209.80 




14,622.15 








30,172.43 














836,945.25 

12,228.83 


70,474.82 

3,154.49 

7,485.90 

4,970.91 

123.43 


39,606.57 
2,391.22 


178,032.29 

10,341.55 

5,000.00 

4,597.31 

962.62 


7,649.60 
2,897.55 

2,000 :oo 

238.39 


599,306.80 

24,445.02 


42,074.44 

6,934.29 

12,000.00 

408.49 


6,766,962.28 
215,906.15 


63,793.93 
12,170.41 


2,120.09 
63.36 


32,612.67 
21,731.07 

4,051.93 
449,329.17 

2,532.56 


361,614.05 
138,612.22 


89,280.41 






376,913.53 


374,184.32 
2,520.85 


68,202.07 

545.85 


13,398.45 
31.89 


84,930.94 
2,011.50 


5,723.35 


55,382.54 


2,860,870.37 
4,743.15 










1,391,124.00 


154,957.47 


57,611.58 


285,876.21 


18,508.89 


1,134,009.22 


116,799.76 


10,725,621.75 


















1,391,124.00 


154,957.47 


57,611.58 


285,876.21 


18,508.89 


1,134,009.22 


116,799.76 


10,725,621.75 


242,734.19 
21,960.09 


9,022.67 
555.39 


6,432.01 


45,244.46 
1,320.07 


1,871.69 
121.34 


5,000.00 
24,602.92 


2,522.64 
58.67 


2,633,001.78 
256,604.41 








618.40 


503.48 


31.89 


2,011.50 




2,532.56 




*1,416,100.22 










265,312.68 


10,081.54 


6,463.90 


48,576.03 


1,993.03 


32,135.48 


2,581.31 


4,305,706.41 


374,184.32 

246,343.88 

31,986.45 


68,202.07 
21,859.19 


13,398.45 

8,596.56 

225.00 


84,930.94 

65,670.75 

947.60 


5,723.35 
2,563.61 


449,329.17 
132,397.41 

1,837.88 


55,382.54 
9,504.28 


2,860,870.37 

1,040,389.14 

254,260.54 












652,514.65 


90,061.26 


22,220.01 


151,549.29 


8,286.96 


583,564.46 


64,886.82 


4,155,520.05 


275,267.76 
89,280.41 


10,977.33 


13,680.87 


50,843.59 


1,628.31 


139,999.99 

4,051.93 

374,257.36 


5,477.36 


1,586,023.34 
376,913.53 


108,748.50 


43,837.34 


15,246.80 


34,907.30 


6,600.59 


43,854.27 


301,458.42 


473,296.67 


54,814.67 


28,927.67 


85,750.89 


8,228.90 


518,309.28 


49,331.63 


2,264,395.29 


1,391,124.00 


154,957.47 


57,611.58 


285,876.21 


18,508.89 


1,134,009.22 


116,799.76 


10,725,621.75 


18.9 


11.6 


14.6 


24.2 


15.6 


4.1 


4.2 


52.4 



Includes a balance of $1,362,500.00 on purchase agreement. 



294 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Harriston 
1,329 


Harrow 
934 


Hensall 
697 


Hespeler 
2,853 


Highgate 


Population 


334 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 

395.25 

600.00 

22,267.49 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

4,474.73 

27,959.26 

30,652.60 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 








Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system— underground 


16,997.84 


12,370.10 


6,383.76 


Line transformers 


7,438.60 
7,350.07 
1,268.98 


8,992.12 

5,757.53 

851.36 


4,428.42 

3,448.63 

612.83 


21,173.50 

12,560.28 

7,155.90 


2,109.25 


Meters 


1,750.29 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


453.91 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


886.66 


261.17 


547.38 


1,479.11 


502.62 


Old plant 


1,001.43 




400.00 














Total plant 


41,208.48 
2,619.96 


32,860.02 
5,279.90 


21,807.36 


105,455.38 
13,273.78 


11,199.83 


Bank and cash balance 


1,396.89 


Securities and investments 


7,000.00 
1,093.42 


2,000.00 


Accounts receivable 


1,482.30 1.518.74 


3,045.22 
380.96 


198.72 


Inventories 


67.97 


165.82 




Sinking fund on local debentures.... 






Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


23,069.80 


14,716.78 


10,772.37 


72,490.92 
5.00 


6,970.09 


Other assets 














Total assets 


68,448.51 


54,541.26 


40,673.15 


194,651.26 


21,765.53 


Deficit 
















Total 


68,448.51 


54,541.26 


40,673.15 


194,651.26 


21,765.53 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


8,676.46 
244.33 


■7,116.18 
62.20 


6,171.92 

9.37 

432.70 

112.50 


31,031.53 
183.34 




Accounts payable 


10.10 


Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities 




409.60 


5.00 


20.00 








Total liabilities 


8,920.79 


7,587.98 


6,726.49 


31,219.87 


30.10 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems.... 
For depreciation 


23,069.80 
7,367.67 


14,716.78 

3,443.71 

47.00 


10,772.37 
7,149.73 


72,490.92 

15,401.34 

100.65 


6,970.09 
4,041.64 


Other reserves 












Total reserves 


30,437.47 


18,207.49 


17,922.10 


87,992.91 


11,011.73 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


17,141.57 


4,883.82 


5,828.08 


46,538.98 


5,000.00 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


11,948.68 


23,861.97 


10,196.48 


28,899.50 


5,723.70 






Total surplus 


29,090.25 


28,745.79 


16,024.56 


75,438.48 


10,723.70 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


68,448.51 


54,541.26 


40,673.15 


194,651.26 


21,765.53 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


19.7 


19.0 


22.5 


25.5 


0.2 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



295 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1935 



Humber- 
stone 

2,487 


Ingersoll 
4,919 


Jarvis 
535 


Kingsville 
2,354 


Kitchener 
31,328 


Lambeth 
P.V. 


La Salle 
671 


Leaming- 
ton 
5,004 


$ c. 


$ * c. 
15,064.45 
33,283.83 
55,398.44 


$ c. 


$ c. 
7,774.09 


$ c. 

180,500.60 

218,733.96 

329,499.87 

42,970.29 

180,648.34 

186,290.18 

65,909.38 

95,816.86 

20,904.79 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
16,964.47 










7,085.62 


26,149.88 


9,534.60 


32,011.28 


6,954.60 


19,410.66 


52,369.45 
11,986.90 


9,181.25 
7,920.35 

884.80 


28,267.19 

25,043.53 

3,980.93 

4,597.59 

10,433.18 


3,151.56 

2,509.84 

876.29 


13,641.91 
13,622.72 

1,439.82 
19,200.00 

1,140.14 


1,883.12 

2,348.71 

269.16 


6,716.60 

4,174.22 

946.49 


24,430.15 

23,440.44 

1,380.13 

15,178.49 


3,234.97 


672.71 


300.71 


1,510.69 


2,343.35 




19,098.54 






52,363.91 




















47,371.25 
4,032.69 


195,167.68 

1,455.05 
11,716.57 

2,511.72 

1,147.99 

76,350.04 

126,704.09 

1,218.13 


16,745.00 
5,197.17 


88,829.96 

6,079.16 

8,000.00 

711.35 


1,373,638.18 


11,756.30 

1,132.22 

1,000.00 

175.99 


32,758.66 
7,575.36 


155,179.00 
21,517.67 




15i000.00 
59,021.57 
10,569.13 


8,813.81 


729.64 


205.76 


1,492.91 


980.91 














12,691.16 
1,361.13 


9,777.44 


26,356.90 
1,905.00 


861,513.41 
837.60 


6,544.77 
60.00 


8,857.60 
455.06 


50,497.04 








66,185.87 


416,271.27 


31,925.37 


131,882.37 


2,320,579.89 


20,669.28 


51,139.59 


236,988.43 


















66,185.87 


416,271.27 


31,925.37 


131,882.37 


2,320,579.89 


20,669.28 


51,139.59 


236,988.43 


16,500.00 


79,800.00 
9,744.53 


5,565.79 
306.79 


27,155.95 
1,773.57 


158,850.94 

47,975.79 

3,662.95 

96,654.46 




9,946.13 
409.12 


28,464.12 




213.70 


159.50 






1,085.70 


5,815.72 


40.00 


21,105.00 


60.00 


455.06 


17,844.55 


17,585.70 


95,360.25 


5,912.58 


50,034.52 


307,144.14 


273.70 


10,810.31 


46,468.17 


12,691.16 
3,522.35 


126,704.09 

19,543.79 

776.60 


9,777.44 
3,008.52 


26,356.90 

18,125.61 

840.38 


861,513.41 

295,439.88 

27,796.83 


6,544.77 

3,323.07 

45.24 


8,857.60 

6,947.44 

485.00 


50,497.04 

25,892.42 

808.46 








16,213.51 


147,024.48 


12,785.96 


45,322.89 


1,184,750.12 


9,913.08 


16,290.04 


77,197.92 


15,500.00 




4,934.21 


6,344.05 


353,299.06 


4,000.00 


5,553.87 


19,535.88 




76,350.04 
97,536.50 




16,886.66 


8,292.62 


30,180.91 


475,386.57 


6,482.50 


18,485.37 


93,786.46 


32,386.66 


173,886.54 


13,226.83 


36,524.96 


828,685.63 


10,482.50 


24,039.24 


113,322.34 


66,185.87 


416,271.27 


31,925.37 


131,882.37 


2,320,579.89 


20,669.28 


51,139.59 


236,988.43 


33.0 


6.9 


26.7 


35.7 


15.5 


1.9 


25.6 


18.3 



296 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Listowel 
2,755 


London 

73,880 


London 
Twp. 


Long 

Branch 

3,776 


Lucan 


Population 


604 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 
1,459.49 


$ c. 

448,478.24 

943,612.08 

788,460.51 

296,695.11 

302,859.03 

341,337.28 

68,514.45 

90,608.12 

87,216.29 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Substation equipment . 








Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system— underground 


39,692.09 
2,897.25 
18,268.79 
16,336.44 
1,908.23 
1,348.66 
2,222.63 


18,127.53 


52,543.82 


10,617.69 


Line transformers 


6,148.66 

4,377.09 

902.35 


11,939.78 

17,112.41 

4,266.87 


4,131.49 


Meters 


3,249.02 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


430.15 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


510.90 


1,220.51 


599.02 


Old plant 


4,745.30 




1,733.80 




2,860.45 










Total plant 


88,878.88 

5,460.00 
7,000.00 
3,127.27 


3,367,781.11 
52,661.24 


31,800.33 

19.05 
3,000.00 
1,528.34 


87,083.39 
1,322.44 


21,887 . 82 


Bank and cash balance 


3,938.51 


Securities and investments 


5,000.00 


Accounts receivable 


273,546.39 

109,331.97 

375,380.50 

1,562,694.08 

1,013.68 


1,049.16 


262.05 


Inventories .. 




Sinking fund on local debentures... 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


50,677.46 
182.17 


11,142.97 
244.14 


11,322.70 


13,199.17 








Total assets 


155,325.78 


5,742,408.97 


47,734.83 


100,777.69 


44,287.55 


Deficit 
















Total 


155,325.78 


5,742,408.97 


47,734.83 


100,777.69 


44,287.55 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


3,944.63 
3,458.62 


799,939.54 
122,523.68 


6,831.75 
153.33 


21,251.22 

4,813.42 


3,767.26 


Accounts payable 


68.02 


Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities 


1,530.83 


92,286.65 


244.14 


2,822.44 


219.72 






Total liabilities 


8,934.08 


1,014,749.87 


7,229.22 


28,887.08 


4,055.00 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems... 
For depreciation 


50,677.46 
31,932.34 


1,562,694.08 
976,938.22 
107,977.44 


11,142.97 

5,775.81 
50.00 


11,322.70 

17,374.50 

302.04 


13,199.17 
8,479.45 


Other reserves 










Total reserves 


82,609.80 


2,647,609.74 


16,968.78 


28,999.24 


21,678.62 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


39,245.26 


781,960.46 
375,380.50 
922,708.40 


12,168.25 


19,053.38 


7,446.36 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


24,536.64 


11,368.58 


23,837.99 


11,107.57 






Total surplus 


63,781.90 


2,080,049.36 


23,536.83 


42,891.37 


18,553.93 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


155,325.78 


5,742,408.97 


47,734.83 


100,777.69 


44,287.55 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


7.3 


14.8 


19.8 


32.3 


13.0 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



297 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1935 



Lynden 
P.V. 


Markham 
1,092 


Merlin 
P.V. 


Merritton 
2,557 


Milton 

1,775 


Milverton 
996 


Mimico 
6,733 


Mitchell 
1,526 


$ c. 
241.18 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

3,275.67 

36,622.05 

34,918.21 


$ c. 


$ c. 
237.20 


$ c. 
17,077.41 
38,461.02 
76,311.42 


$ c. 
23,058.94 








16,418.16 
20,422.74 


19,487.83 


4,774.11 


15,968.98 


8,069.22 


11,995.51 


29,047.28 


2,166.63 

1,643.16 

354.06 


8,109.35 

5,963.97 

750.76 


3,399.23 

2,104.48 
555.64 


8,469.65 

10,390.73 

4,676.11 


13,944.73 

13,550.83 

1,282.36 


7,565.80 

5,212.55 

737.16 


32,749.35 

28,698.27 
7,801.61 


8,818.29 
11,932.41 

3,723.88 


193.57 


1,776.27 


455.36 


2,577.96 


3,948.63 


654.29 


4,685.47 


574.08 






241.85 




3,092.54 






1,500.00 














9,372.71 
844.49 


32,569.33 

2,545.46 
2,000.00 
2,332.79 


14,825.78 

2,627.88 

6,000.00 

507.93 


100,930.38 
7,502.14 
3,616.66 


72,659.99 

8,996.67 
4,000.00 

4,845.88 
3,848.88 


26,402.51 

18.96 

2,000.00 

873.41 


205,784.55 
12,410.50 


98,142.71 

3,337.38 
1,000.00 


808.16 


6,326.64 


8,365.92 

3,848.57 
















9,810.42 


11,759.44 


8,484.64 


73,983.66 


72,484.58 


31,658.83 


92,975.98 


30,292.26 


















20,835.78 


51,207.02 


32,446.23 


186,032.84 


166,836.00 


60,953.71 


317,497.67 


144,986.84 


















20,835.78 


51,207.02 


32,446.23 


186,032.84 


166,836.00 


60,953.71 


317,497.67 


144,986.84 


2,331.56 


436.25 


6,281.21 
493.58 


16,803.93 
2,703.44 


6,794.02 




71,623.79 
3,571.88 




298.38 


736.80 
175.27 


1,383.42 












181.45 


40.00 




196.35 


5,501.89 


137.00 








2,629.94 


617.70 


6,814.79 


19,507.37 


6,990.37 


912.07 


80,697.56 


1,520.42 


9,810.42 
3,015.13 


11,759.44 
5,945.97 


8,484.64 

2,892.25 

23.40 


73,983.66 
9,500.81 


72,484.58 

17,283.56 

1,380.85 


31,658.83 
5,794.08 


92,975.98 

47,868.19 

2,964.22 


30,292.26 
38,381.99 

837.25 












12,825.55 


17,705.41 


11,400.29 


83,484.47 


91,148.99 


37,452.91 


143,808.39 


69,511.50 


2,163.44 


10,937.38 


7,083.00 


15,382.28 


26,252.39 


9,500.00 


55,376.21 


22,295.22 


3,216.85 


21,946.53 


7,148.15 


67,658.72 


42,444.25 


13,088.73 


37,615.51 


51,659.70 


5,380.29 


32,883.91 


14,231.15 


83,041.00 


68,696.64 


22,588.73 


92,991.72 


73,954.92 


20,835.78 


51,207.02 


32,446.23 


186,032.84 


166,836.00 


60,953.71 


317,497.67 


144,986.84 


23.9 


1.6 


28.4 


17.4 


7.4 


3.1 


35.9 


1.3 



298 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality. ... 


Moorefield 
P.V. 


Mount 

Brydges 

P.V. 


Newbury 
265 


New 

Hamburg 

1,449 


New 


Population 


Toronto 
7,861 




Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

2,513.19 

1,167.55 

23,753.22 


$ c. 
43,897.67 


Substation equipment 








Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system— underground 


2,980.96 


6,462.16 


6,440.37 


80,152.14 
8,605.69 


Line transformers 


1,012.17 
1,221.66 

295.88 


1,967.97 

2,269.66 

698.09 


1,797.86 
1,295.15 

817.42 


6,532.17 
9,014.07 
2,115.04 


31,214.87 
31,029.56 
10,326.14 


Meters 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


348.35 


267.16 


502.54 


835.60 


7,539.11 


Old plant 






348.22 


5,242.56 












Total plant 


5,859.02 
2,373.47 


11,665.04 

2,993.12 

3,000.00 

879.09 


11,201.56 
890.82 


51,173.40 
5,425.13 


212,765.18 
14,471.47 


Bank and cash balance 


Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


192.48 


982.58 


450.28 
686.98 


14,392.09 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures.... 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


4,322.29 


4,971.44 
103.78 


3,085.46 


34,414.41 


287,587.89 


Other assets 














Total assets 


12,747.26 


23,612.47 


16,160.42 


92,150.20 


529,216.63 


Deficit 
















Total 


12,747.26 


23,612.47 


16,160.42 


92,150.20 


529,216.63 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


707.23 
98.90 


2,018.67 
97.44 


3,400.00 
24.00 


5,069.56 


3,363.54 


Accounts payable 


15,755.63 


Bank overdraft 






Other liabilities 




103.78 


30.00 


221.50 


5,606.28 








Total liabilities 


806.13 


2,219.89 


3,454.00 


5,291.06 


24,725.45 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems.... 
For depreciation 


4,322.29 
2,419.26 


4,971.44 

2,747.30 

100.00 


3,085.46 
2,815.68 


34,414.41 

12,344.79 

91.74 


287,587.89 
45,523.22 


Other reserves 


1,934.29 










Total reserves 


6,741.55 


7,818.74 


5,901.14 


46,850.94 


335,045.40 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


3,792.77 


2,201.33 


6,354.39 


12,659.52 


4,636.46 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


1,406.81 


11,372.51 


450.89 


27,348.68 


164,809.32 






Total surplus 


5,199.58 


13,573.84 


6,805.28 


40,008.20 


169,445.78 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


12,747.26 


23,612.47 


16,160.42 


92,150.20 


529,216.63 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


9.6 


11.9 


26.4 


9.2 


10.2 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



299 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1935 



Niagara 

Falls 
18,060 


Niagara- 

on-the-Lake 

1,569 


North York 
Twp. 


Norwich 
1,174 


Oil 

Springs 

463 


Otterville 
P.V. 


Palmerston 
1,470 


Paris 
4,330 


$ c. 
132,324.59 
228,200.23 
190,993.39 


$ c. 

2,307.35 

16,048.36 

29,273.79 


$ c. 
28,302.20 


$ c. 
4,638.76 


$ c. 
1,501.68 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

8,426.83 




691.88 
27,675.17 


27,720.70 


344,810.16 


11,113.94 


12,997.78 


7,237.02 


52,897.46 


159,583.08 
107,655.84 
118,303.16 


8,141.28 
8,151.57 
1,262.39 


85,225.34 
46,165.82 
211.58 
13,491.21 
18,397.94 


6,180.85 
6,817.06 
4,685.64 


5,234.39 

3,429.01 

308.24 


3,510.10 
2,304.45 
1,408.96 


9,903.21 
7,391.99 

2,267.80 


19,712.59 
19,719.47 
14,059.22 


9,653.17 


1,849.66 


1,432.04 


2,322.59 


142.00 


947.48 


1,104.65 


20,670.10 






3,509.82 






4,018.71 














967,383.56 
24,163.82 


67,034.40 
640.90 


536,604.25 
1,372.53 


38,378.11 

2,618.03 
3,500.00 
2,718.35 
1,811.33 


25,793.69 

3,247.36 

2,132.83 

712.83 

89.72 


14,602.53 
2,989.89 


52,896.24 


143,640.92 
4,126.75 






28,500.00 


14,917.24 
17,162.13 


4,666.56 
2,842.60 


4,831.14 


1,299.92 


1,582.99 
2,297.75 


871.44 










391,915.26 
27,186.01 


20,377.55 
89.46 


72,706.92 
6,733.98 


25,524.35 
202.50 


17,440.98 
13.58 


5,687.26 
13.75 


29,233.25 
323.72 


77,622.54 






1,442,728.02 


95,651.47 


622,248.82 


74,752.67 


49,430.99 


24,593.35 


86,333.95 


254,761.65 


















1,442,728.02 


95,651.47 


622,248.82 


74,752.67 


49,430.99 


24,593.35 


86,333.95 


254,761.65 


298,302.67 


19,297.39 
199.70 


337,334.44 
310,229.87 


4,808.11 
150.18 


822.44 
1,492.58 




2,488.80 
715.34 
246.08 
307.50 


7,951.08 


27,363.93 


96.00 


929.83 


17,258.90 


85.00 


6,733.98 


202.50 


13.58 


13.75 








342,925.50 


19,582.09 


354,298.29 


5,160.79 


2,328.60 


109.75 


3,757.72 


8,880.91 


391,915.26 

171,318.66 

12,209.16 


20,377.55 

11,508.94 

650.00 


72,706.92 
71,108.88 
13,491.21 


25,524.35 

6,034.09 

870.64 


17,440.98 

7,176.74 

175.00 


5,687.26 
4,342.53 


29,233.25 

6,369.49 

458.05. 


77,622.54 

67,573.97 

175.00 








575,443.08 


32,536.49 


157,307.01 


32,429.08 


24,792.72 


10.029.79 


36,060.79 


145,371.51 


391,940.33 


17,204.03 


105,687.43 


8,947.89 


15,898.87 


4,500.00 


24,511.20 


84,048.92 


132,419.11 


26,328.86 


4,956.09 


28,214.91 


6,410.80 


9,953.81 


22,004.24 


16,460.31 


524,359.44 


43,532.89 


110,643.52 


37,162.80 


22,309.67 


14,453.81 


46,515.44 


100,509.23 


1,442,728.02 


95,651.47 


622,248.82 


74,752.67 


49,430.99 


24,593.35 


86,333.95 


254,761.65 


32.6 


26.0 


66.1 


10.0 


7.3 


0.5 


6.6 


5.0 



300 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Parkhill 
1,023 


Petrolia 
2,664 


Plattsville 
P.V. 


Point 

Edward 

1,222 


Port 


Population 


Colborne 
5,680 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 

900.00 

2,403.55 

44,331.36 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
22,561.01 


Substation equipment 










Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system— underground 


16,039.71 


4,156.10 


21,321.29 


89,678.99 


Line transformers 


4,359.83 

4,345.82 

922.68 


27,348.81 

14,885.70 

6,311.43 


1,890.66 

1,882.35 

147.15 


6,746.18 
5,162.40 
3,091.41 


25,678.31 


M eters 


22,436.24 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


4,549.26 
16,611.59 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


1,331.21 


5,852.31 


535.92 


503.14 


6,762.51 


Old plant 




3,389.94 






9,929.60 












Total plant 


26,999.25 
1,144.05 


105,423.10 

6,260.69 

8,400.00 

6,940.59 

782.33 


8,612.18 
1,912.84 


36,824.42 


198,207.51 


Bank and cash balance 


2,184.77 


Securities and investments.... 


13,000.00 
6,303.43 


1,500.00 


Accounts receivable 


1,203.03 


597.02 


17,027.40 


Inventories 


4,013.69 


Sinking fund on local debentures.... 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


12,473.95 


69,753.22 
757.50 


6,120.36 


34,055.22 
229.65 


61,272.86 


Other assets 












Total assets 


41,820.28 


198,317.43 


17,242.40 


90,412.72 


284,206.23 


Deficit 








Total 


41,820.28 


198,317.43 


17,242.40 


90,412.72 


284,206.23 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


4,185.03 

5.77 


19,385.75 
7.91 


2,421.67 
123.29 


5,930.21 

827.48 

3,187.04 

229.65 


78,812.29 


Accounts payable 


7,323.39 


Bank overdraft. . 




Other liabilities 


115.00 


757.50 




20,359.64 








Total liabilities 


4,305.80 


20,151.16 


2,544.96 


10,174.38 


106,495.32 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems.... 
For depreciation 


12,473.95 
6,514.97 


69,753.22 

31,695.75 

749.45 


6,120.36 
3,153.88 


34,055.22 

10,608.85 

201.53 


61,272.86 
36,607.25 


Other reserves 


2,223.63 










Total reserves 


18,988.92 


102,198.42 


9,274.24 


44,865.60 


100,103.74 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


10,444.99 


30,614.25 


2,815.33 


11,069.79 


67,187.71 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


8,080.57 


45,353.60 


2,607.87 


24,302.95 


10,419.46 






Total surplus 


18,525.56 


75,967.85 


5,423.20 


35,372.74 


77,607.17 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


41,820.28 


198,317.43 


17,242.40 


90,412.72 


284,206.23 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


14.7 


15.7 


22.9 


18.0 


43.5 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



301 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1935 



Port 
Credit 
1,670 


Port 

Dalhousie 

1,410 


Port 
Dover 
1,692 


Port 

Rowan 

644 


Port 

Stanley 

759 


Preston 
6,274 


Princeton 
P.V. 


Queenston 
P.V. 


$ c. 
675.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 
248.75 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,570.80 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 








50,727.43 
90,830.86 






25,286.27 


18,600.65 


30,785.20 


9,220.72 


21,887.58 


4,257.61 


7,954.32 


10,095.08 
9,567.33 
4,922.71 


9,989.19 
9,465.40 
1,041.19 


11,286.53 
7,557.37 
2,673.13 


1,435.32 

1,873.26 

890.49 


12,700.02 

10,102.08 

1,880.68 


47,844.31 

38,876.63 

5,442.53 


2,473.48 

1,223.65 

199.05 


2,219.20 

1,568.03 

422.43 


847.99 


2,587.35 


2,734.44 


697.53 


6,327.12 


8,864.71 


64.35 


2,188.41 




6,018.38 






577.51 


32,126.75 
















51,394.38 
1,192.04 


47,702.16 

1,811.92 
3,000.00 
2,587.86 


55,285.42 
4,579.14 


14,117.32 
192.81 


55,045,79 

5,648.05 
3,000.00 
2,423.55 


274,713.22 

27,044.03 

6,000.00 

16,459.94 


8,218.14 
3,811.19 


14,352.39 
253.67 


3,135.38 


3,071.09 


180.29 
30.76 


1,399.14 


292.48 




3,300.72 

21,595.00 

303.03 












25,107.63 
553.80 


16,113.81 
20.00 


4,358.57 


26,895.65 
30.01 


182,297.31 
459.00 


5,830.00 


4,555.37 










81,383.23 


80,300.69 


79,069.46 


18,879.75 


93,043.05 


506,973.50 


19,258.47 


19,453.91 


















81,383.23 


80,300.69 


79,069.46 


18,879.75 


93,043.05 


506,973.50 


19,258.47 


19,453.91 


6,998.27 
601.36 


7,433.52 


7,994.40 
2,860.68 


8,040.37 
301.74 


5,638.12 


41,979.33 
7,542.54 


1,641.50 
136.72 


4,621.53 

1.72 










500.00 


148.00 


613.00 




30.01 


1,300.44 




1.50 










8,099.63 


7,581.52 


11,468.08 


8,342.11 


5,668.13 


50,822.31 


1,778.22 


4,624.75 


25,107.63 

15,725.85 

500.00 


21,595.00 

5,816.33 

926.31 


16,113.81 
8,579.52 


4,358.57 
2,227.97 


26,895.65 

11,895.70 

79.95 


182,297.31 

107,210.80 

449.61 


5,830.00 
2,759.73 


4,555.37 
3,110.75 












41,333.48 


28,337.64 


24,693.33 


6,586.54 


38,871.30 


289,957.72 


8,589.73 


7,666.12 


7,501.73 


15,066.48 

3,300.72 

26,014.33 


21,005.60 


2,959.63 


13,311.88 


110,820.67 


1,908.50 


4,878.47 


24,448.39 


21,902.45 


991.47 


35,191.74 


55,372.80 


6,982.02 


2,284.57 


31,950.12 


44,381.53 


42,908.05 


3,951.10 


48,503.62 


166,193.47 


8,890.52 


7,163.04 


81,383.23 


80,300.69 


79,069.46 


18,879.75 


93,043.05 


506,973.50 


19,258.47 


19,453.91 


14.2 


7.7 


18.2 


57.4 


8.6 


15.6 


13.2 


31.0 



302 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Richmond 
Hill 
1,236 


Ridgetown 
2,016 


Riverside 

4,875 


Rockwood 
P.V. 


Rodney 
729 


Population 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
2,379.31 


$ c. 
79.00 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 


600.00 
10,598.07 


1,024.24 
21,995.05 




D istribution system — overhead 

Distribution system —underground 


91,650.97 


7,651.52 


10,876.25 


Line transformers 


8,549.95 
5,030.10 
1,334.77 


9,910.62 
9,543.33 
3,549.96 
1,431.73 
1,878.65 


32,013.17 
22,615.33 


2,481.27 

2,876.34 

689.83 


2,890.98 


Meters 


3,503.11 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


631.29 


17,030.71 
4,863.93 




Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


31.00 


445.90 


754.33 


Old plant 




5,088.46 






700.00 












Total plant 


26,143.89 
5,741.33 


54,422.04 

2,294.44 

11,000.00 

1,235.19 

875.67 


170,553.42 
7,346.46 


14,223.86 
678.50 


19,355.96 


Bank and cash balance 


2,233.53 


Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


1,034.66 
139.90 


14,552.26 


489.74 
101.03 


30.48 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures.... 






Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


11,186.50 
275.53 


28,171.06 


54,296.53 


7,671.74 
76.10 


8,648.11 


Other assets 












Total assets 


44,521.81 


97,998.40 


246,748.67 


23,240.97 


30,268.08 


Deficit 
















Total 


44,521.81 


97,998.40 


246,748.67 


23,240.97 


30,268.08 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


3,021.54 

1,724.74 


5,614.75 
2,034.17 


45,676.43 
17,165.97 


2,174.12 
132.48 




Accounts payable 


117.45 


Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities 


275.53 


1,891.73 


17,030.71 


71.00 


160.00 






Total liabilities 


5,021.81 


9,540.65 


79,873.11 


2,377.60 


277.45 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems.... 
For depreciation 


11,186.50 
1,880.84 


28,171.06 

13,397.71 

275.00 


54,296.53 

33,363.81 

4,598.52 


7,671.74 
4,932.31 


8,648.11 
2,239.22 


Other reserves 












Total reserves 


13,067.34 


41,843.77 


92,258.86 


12,604.05 


10,887.33 




Surplus 

Debentures paid 


9,178.46 


13,841.24 


36,823.57 


2,325.88 


8,500.00 


Local sinking fund. . 




Operating surplus 


17,254.20 


32,772.74 


37,793.13 


5,933.44 


10,603.30 






Total surplus 


26,432.66 


46,613.98 


74,616.70 


8,259.32 


19,103.30 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 
Percentage of net debt to total assets 


44,521.81 


97,998.40 


246,748.67 


23,240.97 


30,268.08 


15.0 


11.8 


35.8 


15.3 


1.3 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



303 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1935 



St. 

Catharines 

26,394 


St. Clair 

Beach 

79 


St. George 
P.V. 


St. Jacobs 
P.V. 


St. Marys 
4,038 


St. Thomas 
16,066 


Sandwich 
10,682 


Sarnia 
17,645 


$ c. 
52,484.81 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

3,000.00 

26,975.49 

57,015.85 


$ c. 

74,748.59 

110,146.39 

114,298.56 

40,759.20 

54,374.18 

71,354.95 

21,259.32 

3,693.04 

8,559.66 


$ c. 

541.70 

4,097.56 

107,859.46 


$ c. 
112,246.86 


112,041.49 








199,845.48 


206,971.81 


8,054.80 


5,949.09 


6,551.08 


218,257.69 


142,519.71 
90,656.03 
18,494.17 


2,726.36 
1,450.15 


2,729.42 
2,933.56 

286.41 


2,539.38 

2,908.59 

368.97 


19,061.14 

22,315.91 

5,506.42 


47,105.19 
49,894.67 
11,665.76 
51,239.13 

6,756.88 


87,681.72 
74,400.13 
25,327.26 


29,486.71 




7,482.11 


28,626.73 


161.33 


374.18 


547.21 


3,665.04 


22,498.80 


17,507.89 








20,696.85 




4,148.96 


55,445.72 














698,789.35 
25,170.65 


12,392.64 


12,272.66 

228.20 


12,915.23 

468.99 

3,000.00 

207.53 


158,236.70 
3,349.53 


499,193.89 

8,418.93 
43,206.81 
15,424.38 

9,288.59 


283,309.31 

19,885.24 

21,659.37 

12,782.49 

305.53 


803,185.77 
8,549.59 






10,000.00 


34,179.75 

7,628.72 


1,685.56 


995.97 


4,911.77 

2,617.07 

1,558.45 

92,373.41 


50,199.84 
19,020.03 


71,067.61 










362,391.74 


4,402.90 


9,437.53 
130.00 


9,801.78 


323,660.21 
9,513.28 


156,222.53 


407,081.90 
4,211.86 














1,199,227.82 


18,481.10 


23,064.36 


26,393.53 


263,046.93 


908,706.09 


494,164.47 


1,302,248.99 


















1,199,227.82 


18,481.10 


23,064.36 


26,393.53 


263,046.93 


908,706.09 


494,164.47 


1,302,248.99 


180,531.86 
26,959.88 


2,924.55 
166.66 
363.82 


2,875.70 
556.14 


926.52 
105.41 


36,310.49 


1,762.44 
1,812.42 


83,810.77 


84,944.07 
1,267.60 










29,788.71 


130.00 




147.50 


13,206.32 


58,317.21 


14,083.53 










237,280.45 


3,455.03 


3,561.84 


1,031.93 


36,457.99 


16,781.18 


142,127.98 


100,295.20 


362,391.74 

152,663.61 

9,002.10 


4,402.90 

2,937.46 

262.67 


9,437.53 
2,465.74 


9,801.78 
3,425.50 


92,373.41 

52,710.25 

660.05 


323,660.21 

120,991.22 

446.24 


156,222.53 
47,968.51 
10,294.10 


407,081.90 

149,150.79 

1,421.03 










524,057.45 


7,603.03 


11,903.27 


13,227.28 


145,743.71 


445,097.67 


214,485.14 


557,653.72 


121,491.05 
71,067.61 


3,416.90 


3,124.30 


5,073.48 


77,936.53 
1,558.45 
1,350.25 


137,181.63 


61,762.26 


253,055.93 


245,331.26 


4,006.14 


4,474.95 


7,060.84 


309,645.61 


75,789.09 


391,244.14 


437,889.92 


7,423.04 


7,599.25 


12,134.32 


80,845.23 


446,827.24 


137,551.35 


644,300.07 


1,199,227.82 


18,481.10 


23,064.36 


26,393.53 


263,046.93 


908,706.09 


494,164.47 


1,302,248.99 


19.0 


24.5 


26.1 


6.2 


21.6 


2.9 


31.7 


10.2 



304 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

S YSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Scarboro' 
Twp. 


Seaforth 
1,697 


Simcoe 
5,317 


Spring- 
field 
380 


Stamford 


Population 


Twp. 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 

17,273.95 

301.95 

276,094.33 


$ c. 
1,619.38 
5,999.16 

28,248.51 


$ c. 

8,892.39 

30,611.71 

49,981.48 

1,412.24 

25,792.69 

25,466.63 

5,629.17 

3,500.00 

5,632.77 


$ c. 


$ c. 
7,196.71 


Substation equipment . 




37,384.60 


Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system— underground 


7,996.00 


128,180.97 


Line transformers 


62,242.03 
65,751.73 
19,838.72 


11,015.60 
9,837.17 
1,414.55 


2,374.19 

2,017.85 
558.91 


44,064.91 


Meters 


31,702.21 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


9,747.80 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


1,903.10 


466.96 


685.08 


8,813.62 


Old plant 






927.92 




13,743.66 












Total plant 


443,405.81 

86,821.22 

2,680.00 

12,331.76 


58,601.33 

4,511.57 

100.00 

4,603.20 

1,787.44 


157,847.00 
22,605.98 


13,632.03 

1,069.15 

4,500.00 

465.66 


280,834.48 


Bank and cash balance 


2,809.71 


Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


2,232.90 
3,869.50 


19,416.68 


Inventories 


8,541.87 


Sinking fund on local debentures 








Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


110,929.96 


43,835.66 


63,519.60 
300.00 


6,455.42 
57.00 


60,956.15 
4,997.78 










Total assets 


656,168.75 


113,439.20 


250,374.98 


26,179.26 


377,556.67 


Deficit 
















Total 


656,168.75 


113,439.20 


250,374.98 


26,179.26 


377,556.67 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


164,244.68 
62,575.46 


""27.75 


48,567.65 
6,843.36 


3,245.26 
25.45 


148,219.41 


Accounts payable 


19,448.43 


Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities 


28,397.10 


88.00 


3,680.00 


57.00 


4,362.86 






Total liabilities 


255,217.24 


115.75 


59,091.01 


3,327.71 


172,030.70 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. ... 
For depreciation 


110,929.96 

80,549.84 
628.20 


43,835.66 

20,582.55 

1,106.96 


63,519.60 
17,156.31 


6,455.42 
2,984.25 


60,956.15 
33,645.63 


Other reserves 


2,963.80 










Total reserves 


192,108.00 


65,525.17 


80,675.91 


9,439.67 


97,565.58 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


126,323.59 


25,000.00 


26,867.25 


6,254.74 


92,058.76 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


82,519.92 


22,798.28 


83,740.81 


7,157.14 


15,901.63 






Total surplus 


208,843.51 


47,798.28 


110,608.06 


13,411.88 


107,960.39 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


656,168.75 


113,439.20 


250,374.98 


26,179.26 


377,556.67 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


46.8 


0.2 


30.0 


16.8 


54.3 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



305 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1935 



Stouffville 
1,169 


Stratford 
17,456 


Strathroy 

" 2,875 


Streets ville 
671 


Sutton 
812 


Tavistock 
1,033 


Tecumseh 
2,526 


Thames- 
ford 
P.V. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
138,835.70 
121,684.65 
153,937.03 


$ c. 

8,741.01 

23,219.34 

49,304.02 


$ c. 
2,038.47 
1,172.04 

8,185.38 


$ c. 


$ c. 
234.02 


$ c. 


$ c 








12,712.37 


20,432.16 


13,325.98 


34,874.42 


7,735.17 


4,160.67 
4,363.38 
1,604.52 


94,074.18 
83,838.95 
22,112.92 


20,245.46 
14,996.12 

5,814.75 


4,922.49 

2,580.14 
1,049.40 


7,097.85 
5,761.87 
1,773.58 


6,251.28 
4,873.64 
1,034.99 


10,186.68 
10,322.15 

4,760.95 
1,293.08 


2,625.63 

2,685.73 

290.65 


450.06 


17,714.97 


2,396.09 


701.86 
10,641.55 


1,591.03 


560.84 


344.50 




31,520.00 


12,343.15 


675.00 


















23,291.00 

4,584.18 
5,000.00 


663,718.40 

28,021.38 

71,500.00 

26,997.73 

9,123.18 

221,589.80 

411,213.54 

3,358.29 


137,059.94 

9,857.36 

10,000.00 

4,583.40 

2,056.32 


31,291.33 
2,312.68 


37,331.49 
1,520.34 


26,280.75 

4,048.31 
3,091.16 
1,735.09 


61,437.28 
1,980.23 
6,320.75 


13,681.68 

1,761.33 
7,500.00 


1,051.62 
23.04 


367.61 


2,624.38 
34.50 


373.90 












10,073.35 

40.00 


57,928.75 
570.09 


323.07 


9,496.45 
5.00 


29,788.41 


16,640.54 


11,546.16 
39.00 












44,063.19 


1,435,522.32 


222,055.86 


34,294.69 


51,012.16 


64,943.72 


86,378.80 


34,902.07 


















44,063.19 


1,435,522.32 


222,055.86 


34,294.69 


51,012.16 


64,943.72 


86,378.80 


34,902.07 


3,934.37 
136.22 


390,000.00 
2,501.51 


31,308.15 
298.21 


15,835.30 


13,372.09 

2,441.48 


3,242.11 


11,887.97 
7,915.09 


1,308.31 
116.39 










40.00 


3,358.29 


570.09 


125.00 


5.00 




4,760.95 


39.00 








4,110.59 


395,859.80 


32,176.45 


15,960.30 


15,818.57 


3,242.11 


24,564.01 


1,463.70 


10,073.35 
3,036.56 


411,213.54 

246,928.03 

2,962.34 


57,928.75 

27,410.17 

300.00 


323.07 

1,871.74 

25.00 


9,496.45 
6,382.46 


29,788.41 
9,050.16 


16,640.54 

12,710.48 

1,636.50 


11,546.16 
5,339.63 










13,109.91 


661,103.91 


85,638.92 


2,219.81 


15,878.91 


38,838.57 


30,987.52 


16,885.79 


10,739.53 


65,800.00 

221,589.80 

91,168.81 


34,923.85 


1,709.78 


12,627.91 


2,757.89 


14,112.03 


4,049.72 


16,103.16 


69,316.64 


14,404.80 


6,686.77 


20,105.15 


16,715.24 


12,502.86 


26,842.69 


378,558.61 


104,240.49 


16,114.58 


19,314.68 


22,863.04 


30,827.27 


16,552.58 


44,063.19 


1,435,522.32 


222,055.86 


34,294.69 


51,012.16 


64,943.72 


86,378.80 


34,902.07 


12.9 


21.7 


19.6 


47.0 


38.1 


9.2 


30.4 


6.2 



306 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Thames- 
ville 
710 


Thedford 
575 


Thorndale 
P.V. 


Thorold 
4,954 


Tilbury 
1,937 


Population 


Assets 

Lands an 6^ buildings 


$ c. 
681.69 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
9,892.59 


$ c. 
969.46 


Substation equipment 








Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system— underground 


12,280.90 


9,277.54 


.3,303.17 


31,830.00 


16,149.48 


Line transformers 


5,160.49 
3,889.20 
1,379.42 


3,068.91 

2,206.01 

885.46 


1,559.98 

1,762.68 

181.19 


16,326.37 
20,568.59 

2,885.74 


12,761.37 


Meters . 


7,057.77 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


982.66 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


646.62 


1,588.81 


310.45 


7,703.76 
13,244.74 


1,614.67 


Old plant 


4,445.68 


433.78 




3,049.47 










Total plant 


28,484.00 

2,219.85 
4,000.00 
1,642.02 


17,460.51 

669.13 
2,500.00 

502.85 


7,117.47 
526.51 


102,451.79 
14,161.95 


42,584.88 


Bank and cash balance 


4,405.91 


Securities and investments 


10,000.00 




809.27 


3,232.76 
172.79 


1,499.49 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures.... 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


11,573.87 


6,090.54 


6,044.80 
37.25 


60,100.10 


30,388.08 












Total assets 


47,919.74 


27,223.03 


14,535.30 


180,119.39 


88,878.36 


Deficit 
















Total 


47,919.74 


27,223.03 


14,535.30 


180,119.39 


88,878.36 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 




7,073.76 
89.11 


1,245.71 
3.13 




5,270.39 


Accounts payable 


16.06 


2,589.57 


29.43 


Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities.. .. 


145.00 


23.00 


37.25 


1,677.50 








Total liabilities 


161.06 


7,185.87 


1,286.09 


4,267.07 


5,299.82 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems.... 
For depreciation 


11,573.87 

7,407.86 

462.18 


6,090.54 
2,876.53 


6,044.80 

3,121.99 

100.00 


60,100.10 
26,333.49 


30,388.08 
10,894.50 


Other reserves 


128.53 










Total reserves 


19,443.91 


8,967.07 


9,266.79 


86,433.59 


41,411.11 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


11,187.80 


9,426.24 


1,840.77 


5,000.00 


8,729.61 


Local sinking fund.... 




Operating surplus 


17,126.97 


1,643.85 


2,141.65 


84,418.73 


33,437.82 






Total surplus 


28,314.77 


11,070.09 


3,982.42 


89,418.73 


42,167.43 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


47,919.74 


27,223.03 


14,535.30 


180,119.39 


88,878.36 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


0.4 


34.0 


15.1 


3.5 


9.0 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



307 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1935 



Tillson- 
burg 
3,453 


Toronto 
623,562 


Toronto 
Twp. 


Trafalgar 

Twp. 
Area No. 1 


Trafalgar 

Twp. 
Area No. 2 


Walkerville 
9,968 


Wallaceburg 
4,630 


$ c. 

4,824.27 


$ c. 
5,397,337.63 
14,692,952.68 
6,378,859.19 
4,171,751.14 
3,605,457.68 
3,078,565.05 
487,205.93 


$ c. 
6,366.13 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
147,518.53 
155,069.52 
155,062.12 


$ c. 
37,746.29 


13,937.52 






9,651.80 


43,553.56 


184,421.26 


21,129.09 


10,813.84 


57,831.05 


17,376.47 

16,952.98 

• 11,536.67 


55,744.33 

33,906.09 

3,717.44 


9,840.94 

4,889.87 


2,146.16 
1,343.65 


91,312.05 
71,306.97 


35,173.82 
19,903.69 
10,224.10 








187,172.22 
38,354.32 




3,647.76 


2,199,275.61 


2,081.35 


1,943.62 


323.21 


4,238.52 




3,570,474.01 


619.65 






18,335.05 


20,941.07 










111,829.23 
4,592.96 


43,581,878.92 
1,021,762.69 


286,856.25 

18,318.07 

10,000.00 

1,414.33 


37,803.52 

2,748.47 

4,000.00 

945.99 


14,626.86 

1,422.69 

3,000.00 

355.28 


864,130.78 


195,710.34 
17,806.74 


9,000.00 


31,981.30 

104,201.16 

26,891.99 




3,693.79 
2,447.36 


1,874,782.67 
504,538.60 

6,499,439.83 

12,696,300.68 

116,363.00 


8,284.53 
5,955.37 












57,850.63 


64,425.83 






438,548.75 
652.08 


124,582.56 


2,837.55 






2,030.38 












192,251.52 


66,295,066.39 


381,014.48 


45,497.98 


19,404.83 


1,466,406.06 


354,369.92 
















192,251.52 


66,295,066.39 


381,014.48 


45,497.98 


19,404.83 


1,466,406.06 


354,369.92 


7,931.29 
356.15 


23,454,196.78 

1,627,852.77 


49,722.29 
6,640.09 


10,601.41 


9,461.15 


107,728.08 
33,091.17 
19,786.21 

206,955.22 


38,566.86 










2,837.55 


135,525.01 


2,408.46 






2,030.38 










11,124.99 


25,217,574.56 


58,770.84 


10,601.41 


9,461.15 


367,560.68 


40,597.24 


57,850.63 


12,696,300.68 
7,775,583.32 
1,019,610.06 


64,425.83 
100,735.66 

862.42 






438,548.75 

153,575.06 

21,988.90 


124,582.56 


34,530.69 
200.00 


13,490.33 


1,719.60 


45,376.72 
342.91 










92,581.32 


21,491,494.06 


166,023.91 


13,490.33 


1,719.60 


614,112.71 


170,302.19 


28,068.71 


11,015,553.34 
6,499,439.83 
2,071,004.60 


54,277.71 


8,825.00 




191,530.92 


32,969.72 








60,476.50 


101,942.02 


12,581.24 


8,224.08 


293,201.75 


110,500.77 


88,545.21 


19,585,997.77 


156,219.73 


21,406.24 


8,224.08 


484,732.67 


143,470.49 


192,251.52 


66,295,066.39 


381,014.48 


45,497.98 


19,404.83 


1,466,406.06 


354,369.92 


8.2 


39.7 


18.5 


23.3 


48.8 


21.4 


17.7 



308 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 

Population 


Wardsville 

247 


Water- 
down 
932 


Waterford 
1,202 


Waterloo 
8,746 


Watford 
916 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 
200.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 
14,454.37 
63,643.83 
91,657.79 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 








Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system— underground 


5,049.35 


16,146.32 


15,772.78 


16,474.06 


Line transformers 


1,645.82 

1,205.94 

519.36 


5,825.50 
5,961.12 

583.81 


7,201.37 
5,939.66 
3,231.62 


40,039.25 

35,429.18 

14,105.43 

3,106.80 

7,755.98 


5,804.31 


Meters 


5,434.60 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


807.31 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


515.73 


299.07 


496.76 


2,084.60 


Old plant 


193.94 






23,880.07 


657.44 










Total plant 


9,130.14 
1,141.49 


29,015.82 
5,173.78 


32,642.19 

2,181.33 

5,300.00 

597.12 


294,072.70 
29,956.54 


31,262.32 


Bank and cash balance 


2,017.27 


Securities and investments 


5,500.00 


Accounts receivable 


279.89 


1,183.49 


2,557.37 

783.76 

12,761.77 

173,062.02 


2,636.59 


Inventories 


76.24 


Sinking fund on local debentures.... 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


2,360.92 


15,899.46 


21,357.55 


14,642.13 


Other assets 


5.00 














Total assets 


12,912.44 


51,272.55 


62,078.19 


513,194.16 


56,139.55 


Deficit 
















Total 


12,912.44 


51,272.55 


62,078.19 


513,194.16 


56,139.55 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


3,429.54 
0.71 






43,355.89 

4,820.09 




Accounts payable 


462.99 


282.98 


836.79 


Bank overdraft . 




Other liabilities 




80.00 




3,106.80 


5.00 










Total liabilities 


3,430.25 


542.99 


282.98 


51,282.78 


841.79 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems... 
For depreciation 


2,360.92 
2,319.49 


15,899.46 
7,294.38 


21,357.55 
10,879.00 


173,062.02 

106,526.25 

300.00 


14,642.13 
7,101.39 


Other reserves 


20.64 












Total reserves 


4,680.41 


23,193.84 


32,236.55 


279,888.27 


21,764.16 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


4,132.86 


8,000.00 


7,745.53 


62,644.11 

12,761.77 

106,617.23 


9,713.21 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


668.92 


19,535.72 


21,813.13 


23,820.39 






Total surplus 


4,801.78 


27,535.72 


29,558.66 


182,023.11 


33,533.60 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


12,912.44 


51,272.55 


62,078.19 


513,194.16 


56,139.55 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


32.5 


1.5 


0.7 


10.9 


2.0 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



309 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1935 



Welland 
10,585 


Wellesley 
P.V. 


West 

Lome 
747 


Weston 
4,958 


Wheatley 
743 


Windsor 
62,216 


Wood- 
bridge 

742 


Wood- 
stock 
10,968 


$ c. 
73,269.45 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
11,903.31 
32,737.85 
60,387.64 


$ c. 


$ c. 
318,468.75 
679,275.86 
759,226.45 
141,988.44 
340,614.19 
325,894.61 
37,338.37 
693,788.56 
130,957.25 


$ c. 


$ c. 
35,489.71 


57,424.22 










94,693.30 


133,240.74 
7,475.04 


6,691.79 


11,330.46 


15,326.91 


16,838.33 


104,342.66 


57,392.42 

57,813.89 

4,246.63 

36,513.75 


2,153.50 

2,504.86 

545.11 


4,274.36 

3,158.14 

643.57 


35,370.70 
23,172.57 
29,853.30 


4,242.44 
3,882.48 
1,675.76 


6,510.77 

4,392.12 

447.24 


56,341.71 
55,262.39 
15,543.65 


11,264.54 


137.41 


347.14 


5,750.42 


1,077.83 


848.35 


3,167.87 


49,968.69 




1,250.00 




2,569.50 


140,882.11 
















488,609.37 

3,230.13 
6,065.13 


12,032.67 
1,341.23 


21,003.67 
349.12 


199,175.79 
16,951.22 


28,774.92 

3,162.36 

1,500.00 

461.34 


3,568,434.59 

86,806.04 

189,413.80 

127,436.03 

86,112.34 

58,220.30 

1,278,943.90 


29,036.81 
1,098.26 


364,841.29 

38,567.32 
86,000.00 


26,570.15 
15,228.86 


422.92 


91.86 


5,612.16 
179.08 


479.17 


2,543.57 
403.14 


128,753.24 










57,466.15 


195,817.87 
20,871.62 


11,684.20 


18,823.10 


153,149.95 


8,239.77 
40.00 


19,690.31 


257,764.65 
6,436.30 
















885,146.37 


25,481.02 


40,267.75 


375,068.20 


42,178.39 


5,395,367.00 


50,304.55 


814,022.42 


















885,146.37 


25,481.02 


40,267.75 


375,068.20 


42,178.39 


5,395,367.00 


50,304.55 


814,022.42 


244,508.28 


616.86 




31,880.58 
71.07 


6,890.94 


1,086,121.28 
83,524.60 


4,408.29 
556.45 


67,385.63 


30,472.63 


140.04 


1,841.89 










44,208.20 




8.00 


2,632.33 


30.00 


758,957.89 


289.01 


6,449.73 








319,189.11 


616.86 


148.04 


34,583.98 


6,920.94 


1,928,603.77 


5,253.75 


75,677.25 


195,817.87 

121,187.85 

3,496.00 


11,684.20 
2,823.84 


18,823.10 
7,045.14 


153,149.95 

38,548.71 
2,500.00 


8,239.77 
3,952.36 


1,278,943.90 
503,486.98 
166,053.77 


19,690.31 
8,294.66 


257,764.65 

147,226.61 

13,962.57 














320,501.72 


14,508.04 


25,868.24 


194,198.66 


12,192.13 


1,948,484.65 


27,984.97 


418,953.83 


54,491.72 
128,753.24 


6,883.14 


8,000.00 


38,151.86 


6,109.06 


903,878.75 

58,220.30 

556,179.53 


4,091.68 


60,000.00 
57,466.15 


62,210.58 


3,472.98 


6,251.47 


108,133.70 


16,956.26 


12,974.15 


201,925.19 


245,455.54 


10,356.12 


14,251.47 


146,285.56 


23,065.32 


1,518,278.58 


17,065.83 


319,391.34 


885,146.37 


25,481.02 


40,267.75 


375,068.20 


42,178.39 


5,395,367.00 


50,304.55 


814,022.42 


29.3 


4.5 


0.7 


15.6 


20.4 


34.9 


17.2 


3.6 



310 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

S YSTEM— Concluded 



Municipality 


Wyoming 
492 


York Twp. 


Zurich 
P.V. 


NIAGARA 


Population 


SYSTEM 
SUMMARY 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
8,871,962.59 


Substation equipment 








20,577,042.85 


Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system— underground 


7,984.17 


789,414.06 


6,932.37 


17,306,743.32 
5,650,639.91 


Line transformers 


1,470.55 

2,442.46 

289.62 




1,643.52 

2,268.77 
471.82 


8,289,074.95 


Meters.... 




7,151,500.68 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


49,877.71 


1,760,915.37 
1,486,302.46 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant.. . 


805.20 


19,070.96 


269.97 


3,224,840.94 
23,886.29 


Old plant .. . 






150.00 


4,336,823.16 








200,000.00 












Total plant 


12,992.00 


858,362.73 
8,201.86 


11,736.45 

1,321.05 

2,000.00 

585.98 


78,879,732.52 


Bank and cash balance 


2,401,754.32 


Securities and investments 




864,081.66 


Accounts receivable 


365.98 


26,210.30 


3,593,482.82 


Inventories 


1,081,825.57 


Sinking fund on local debentures.... 








8,017,924.03 


Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


5,470.06 
35.00 




9,042.51 


28,796,956.95 


Other assets 


22,669.04 


291,141.03 








Total assets 


18,863.04 
1,657.30 


915,443.93 


24,685.99 


123,926,898.90 


Deficit 


4,064.59 










Total 


20,520.34 


915,443.93 


24,685.99 


123,930,963.49 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 




359,508.92 

6,234.78 


3,364.10 
48.98 


33,198,700.44 


Accounts payable 




2,712,914.44 


Bank overdraft 


195.14 
35.00 


29,622.87 


Other liabilities 




30.00 


3,383,163.11 








Total liabilities 


230.14 


365,743.70 


3,443.08 


39,324,400.86 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems.... 


5,470.06 
5,120.14 




9,042.51 
4,730.60 


28,796,956.95 


For depreciation 


190,987.43 


15,197,598.02 


Other reserves 


1,902,626.88 












Total reserves 


10,590.20 


190,987.43 


13,773.11 


45,897,181.85 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


9,700.00 


240,491.08 


2,227.51 


19,889,130.22 


Local sinking fund 


8,017,924.03 


Operating surplus 




118,221.72 


5,242.29 


10,802,326.53 








Total surplus 


9,700.00 


358,712.80 


7,469.80 


38,709,380.78 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


20,520.34 


915,443.93 


24,685.99 


123,930,963.49 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


1.5 


40.0 


22.0 


34.8 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



311 



1 'A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1935 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM 



Alliston 
1,412 


Arthur 
1,034 


Barrie 

7,725 


Beaverton 
932 


Beeton 
621 


Bradford 
1,002 


Brechin 
621 


Canning- 
ton 
786 


$ c. 
675.73 


$ c. 


$ c. 
14,199.11 
15,285.02 
58,431.11 
66,437.67 
41,005.83 
40,046.94 
12,063.80 


$ c. 
299.50 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 






428.50 
11,753.79 


388.50 
19,589.82 






26,791.07 


17,407.12 


24,335.95 


1,789.59 


10,195.33 


7,250.73 
7,373.97 
1,522.69 


4,110.35 

3,548.54 

767.21 


8,017.19 
6,115.08 
1,226.98 


2,274.43 
2,082.99 
1,169.54 


4,243.09 

4,235.85 

544.95 


1,126.71 
726.95 

212.44 


4,262.88 

4,358.85 

924.69 


2,778.67 


369.87 


7,787.13 


2,663.01 


1,433.38 


1,828.94 


553.28 


719.58 


7,846.49 


1,086.62 


42,634.32 


3,772.42 








3,609.37 












54,239.35 
3,464.63 


27,289.71 
6.72 


297,890.93 
3,870.26 


46,430.13 


19,142.63 
2,070.07 


30,831.15 

2,324.99 

1,000.00 

3,573.02 

11.70 


4,408.97 
544.91 


24,070.70 
1,472.06 




7,000.00 
2,088.08 


1,326.62 


1,035.43 
64.80 


1,306.14 


23,908.81 
1,374.65 


337.60 


1,280.72 
20.80 


1,105.09 
131.38 












14,331.27 
2.50 


13,155.09 


92,801.51 
643.44 


14,444.80 
446.47 


10,657.49 


11,903.31 

208.74 


5,562.91 
26.85 


10,890.55 
29.00 










73,137.98 


41,757.66 
11,827.67 


420,489.60 


70,409.48 


32,207.79 
1,133.67 


49,852.91 


11,845.16 


39,025.40 














73,137.98 


53,585.33 


420,489.60 


70,409.48 


33,341.46 


49,852.91 


11,845.16 


39,025.40 


22,930.75 
1,255.63 


16,071.34 
3,035.79 


21,026.48 
14,840.84 


5,404.43 

819.77 

27.02 

446.47 


9,165.98 
381.81 


16,352.59 
573.52 


1,939.90 


6,646.49 
132.85 








2.50 




470.80 




208.74 


26.85 


29.00 










24,188.88 


19,107.13 


36,338.12 


6,697.69 


9,547.79 


17,134.85 


1,966.75 


6,808.34 


14,331.27 
15,257.48 


13,155.09 
12,394.45 


92,801.51 

67,967.81 

400.00 


14,444.80 
11,440.35 


10,657.49 
7,302.16 


11,903.31 
9,128.40 


5,562.91 
1,945.24 


10,890.55 
8,653.50 
















29,588.75 


25,549.54 


161,169.32 


25,885.15 


17,959.65 


21,031.71 


7,508.15 


19,544.05 


17,069.25 


8,928.66 


86,973.52 


9,595.57 


5,834.02 


8,847.41 


1,271.02 


8,353.51 


2,291.10 




136,008.64 


28,231.07 




2,838.94 


1,099.24 


4,319.50 










19,360.35 


8,928.66 


222,982.16 


37,826.64 


5,834.02 


11,686.35 


2,370.26 


12,673.01 


73,137.98 


53,585.33 


420,489.60 


70,409.48 


33,341.46 


49,852.91 


11,845.16 


39,025.40 


41.1 


66.8 


11.1 


12.0 


44.3 


45.2 


31.3 


24.2 



312 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Chats- 
worth 
302 


Chesley 
1,794 


Coldwater 
608 


Colling- 
wood 
5,416 


Cooks- 


Population 


town 
P.V. 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 
229.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 
275.00 


$ c. 
15,950.08 
11,203.24 
48,034.00 


$ c. 
60.00 


Substation equipment 


595.98 
19,951.45 


392.95 


Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system— underground 


4,918.77 


7,939.29 


9,136.76 


Line transformers. . . 


1,618.38 

1,525.20 

529.17 


6,809.24 
6,608.66 
1,201.48 


2,779.67 

2,764.00 

465.73 


17,032.06 

22,218.00 

2,876.90 


2,232.60 


Meters 


2,217.67 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


701.86 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


399.31 


3,417.12 


196.92 


1,290.00 


1,533.75 


Old plant 




5,503.60 


















Total plant 


9,219.83 
1,350.67 


44,087.53 

864.15 

10,000.00 

2,595.85 

133.49 


14,420.61 

1,972.49 
4,000.00 
2,385.14 


118,604.28 

5,753.39 

16,000.00 

5,851.20 

367.24 


16,275.59 


Bank and cash balance 


5,122.87 


Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


1,051.12 


775.92 


Inventories .. 




Sinking fund on local debentures... 


3,655.16 
2,811.97 






Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


23,498.03 


9,318.31 
95.00 


95,801.86 
1,953.01 


3,386.73 
20.00 










Total assets 


18,088.75 


81,179.05 


32,191.55 


244,330.98 


25,581.11 


Deficit 
















Total 


18,088.75 


81,179.05 


32,191.55 


244,330.98 


25,581.11 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


4,422.81 
2.53 


82-5.91 


3,050.93 
97.95 




5,934.31 


Accounts payable 


21.14 


33.26 


Bank overdraft 






Other liabilities 






95.00 


1,953.01 


20.00 










Total liabilities 


4,425.34 


825.91 


3,243.88 


1,974.15 


5,987.57 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems... 
For depreciation 


2,811.97 
2,548.26 


23,498.03 

15,914.88 


9,318.31 

7,878.74 


95,801.86 
48,425.91 


3,386.73 
6,574.36 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves 


5,360.23 


39,412.91 


17,197.05 


144,227.77 


9,961.09 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


977.19 
3,655.16 
3,670.83 


26,674.09 


3,949.07 


38,183.42 


7,565.69 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


14,266.14 


7,801.55 


59,945.64 


2,066.76 






Total surplus 


8,303.18 


40,940.23 


11,750.62 


98,129.06 


9,632.45 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


18,088.75 


81,179.05 


32,191.55 


244,330.98 


25,581.11 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


6.6 


1.4 


14.2 


1.3 


27.0 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



313 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1935 



Creemore 
656 


Dundalk 
709 


Durham 
1,825 


Elmvale 
P.V. 


Elmwood 
P.V. 


Flesherton 
469 


Grand 

Valley 

575 


Graven- 
hurst 
1,985 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

56.59 

546.02 

21,925.33 


$ c. 

106.25 
2,273.07 
8,480.10 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
36.50 


$ c. 
3,526.17 










5,358.90 


7,291.01 


7,855.60 


4,812.76 


5,446.88 


11,341.14 


26,259.22 


3,171.36 

3,021.57 

295.27 


3,487.56 
2,540.01 
1,082.10 


7,040.30 
6,959.33 
1,408.66 


3,959.64 

3,475.84 
447.17 


833.38 

1,050.00 

302.28 


1,797.67 

2,230.11 

720.51 


2,179.63 

2,800.89 

527.83 


7,902.55 
9,479.18 

4,128.52 


36.62 


370.38 


1,858.81 


566.27 


1,093.62 


921.68 


205.70 


2,563.15 




380.94 


2,091.39 








919.85 


28,055.29 












13,815.83 
1,564.78 


15,716.59 

443.12 

3,000.00 

1,320.79 

31.62 


41,886.43 

523.49 
7,000.00 

4,238.87 
62.60 


19,308.34 

2,278.60 

2,500.00 

600.02 

7.20 


8,092.04 
2,942.78 


11,116.85 
3,871.14 


18,011.54 

3,239.29 

2,128.60 

896.57 

3.60 


87,272.98 
9,180.08 


617.80 


276.31 


748.79 

17.28 


3,350.32 
793.76 




433.44 
2,604.43 


8,785.05 


8,093.08 
54.00 


8,017.80 


21,531.73 


10,669.25 


4,499.12 


8,016.37 


16,021.28 
250.00 


















24,145.49 


28,529.92 


75,243.12 


35,363.41 


14,349.00 


20,253.18 


32,295.97 


125,653.47 


















24,145.49 


28,529.92 


75,243.12 


35,363.41 


14,349.00 


20,253.18 


32,295.97 


125,653.47 






411.22 
85.70 


2,634.86 
567.54 


1,687.06 
85.62 


3,200.47 
414.84 


904.74 


10,287.88 




130.43 


282.28 








54.66 














250.00 


















54.00 


130.43 


496.92 


3,202.40 


1,772.68 


3,615.31 


904.74 


10,820.16 


8,093.08 
3,961.34 


8,017.80 
4,519.14 


21,531.73 
12,066.90 


10,669.25 
7,750.52 


2,604.43 
3,162.19 


4,499.12 
4,032.00 


8,016.37 
6,115.39 


16,021.28 

17,599.81 

286.28 


















12,054.42 


12,536.94 


33,598.63 


18,419.77 


5,766.62 


8,531.12 


14,131.76 


33,907.37 


2,823.61 


6,336.90 


25,388.78 


4,365.14 


5,512.94 
433.44 
863.32 


3,499.53 


10,095.26 


53,680.53 

8,785.05 


9,213.46 


9,525.65 


15,758.79 


9,376.10 


4,607.22 


7,164.21 


18,460.36 


12,037.07 


15,862.55 


41,147.57 


13,741.24 


6,809.70 


8,106.75 


17,259.47 


80,925.94 


24,145.49 


28,529.92 


75,243.12 


35,363.41 


14,349.00 


20,253.18 


32,295.97 


125,653.47 




0.1 


0.9 


13.0 


15.7 


22.9 


3.7 


10 7 







314 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 

Population 


Hanover 
3,006 


Holstein 
P.V. 


Huntsville 
2,651 


Kincardine 
2,354 


Kirkfield 
P.V. 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 

3,001.32 

9,271.19 

49,342.78 


$ c. 


$ c. 

353.52 

647.30 

13,837.68 


$ c. 

6,531.80 

2,794.20 

42,901.86 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 






Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground 


2,102.68 


5,130.67 


Line transformers 


16,924.12 

15,787.15 

2,326.30 


571.82 
544.92 
168.69 


7,058.02 

10,052.63 

2,262.52 


11,266.45 

10,920.90 

5,420.36 


557.90 


Meters. 


722.75 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


379.00 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


5,183.57 


205.93 


1,215.75 


5,186.49 


301.53 


Old plant 


2,370.91 




5,436.20 














Total plant 


104,207.34 

6,148.69 

26,094.26 

4,381.18 

136.97 


3,594.04 
857.43 


40,863.62 

2,456.04 
19,323.25 

3,878.32 
1,572.89 


85,022.06 


7,091.85 


Bank and cash balance 


840.63 


Securities and investments 






Accounts receivable 


1,736.06 

54.81 


5,218.95 
772.80 


312.91 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures.... 




Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


55,517.39 


1,788.55 


38,179.27 

782.50 


24,910.03 


2,135.13 


Other assets.... 














Total assets 


196,485.83 


8,030.89 


107,055.89 


115,923.84 


10,380.52 


Deficit 


1,356.93 














Total 


196,485.83 


8,030.89 


107,055.89 


115,923.84 


11,737.45 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


22,562.47 
3,141.31 




894.97 
32.16 


24,201.09 

307.45 

26.20 


2,203.71 


Accounts payable 


1,244.86 


1,165.89 


Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities . 


4.42 




782.50 












Total liabilities 


25,708.20 


1,244.86 


1,709.63 


24,534.74 


3,369.60 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems.... 
For depreciation 


55,517.39 
42,560.26 


1,788.55 
1,353.18 


38,179.27 

13,497.85 

300.00 


24,910.03 
19,891.33 


2,135.13 
2,436.43 


Other reserves 














Total reserves 


98,077.65 


3,141.73 


51,977.12 


44,801.36 


4,571.56 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


64,937.53 


2,762.05 


20,238.57 


39,998.91 


3,796.29 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


7,762.45 


882.25 


33,130.57 


6,588.83 






Total surplus 


72,699.98 


3,644.30 


53,369.14 


46,587.74 


3,796.29 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


196,485.83 


8,030.89 


107,055.89 


115,923.84 


11,737.45 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


18.2 


19.9 


2.5 


27.0 


40.9 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



315 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1935 



Lucknow 
1,055 


Markdale 
793 


Meaford 

2,722 


Midland 
7,250 


Mildmay 
741 


Mount 
Forest 
1,826 


Neustadt 
491 


Orange- 
ville 
2,789 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

1,104.93 

2,404.45 

31,112.73 


$ c. 
19,983.57 
85,096.20 
94,474.14 


$ c. 


$ c . 

3,725.00 

686.75 

22,819.95 


$ c. 


$ c. 
2,585.07 




780.80 
10,387.33 






1,169.00 


17,254.26 


6,016.98 


9,995.44 


32,579.63 


4,770.36 
4,921.91 
1,425.49 


4,151.74 
3,538.09 
1,314.08 


7,930.58 

7,752.83 
3,228.89 


23,535.11 
36,872.44 
20,587.44 


1,657.05 

2,387.87 
561.88 


6,492.49 
7,523.26 
2,302.55 


3,641.93 

2,017.85 

496.41 


8,485.01 

11,797.99 

7,532.55 


2,596.18 


693.68 


2,341.89 


4,637.57 


907.06 


2,061.00 


1,521.48 


6,358.24 




2,080.65 


3,453.88 




849.00 


3,810.95 


1,097.60 


3,204.99 








30,968.20 
1,571.00 


22,946.37 

3,148.56 

1,255.13 

1,507.24 

35.00 


59,330.18 

76.32 

16,853.60 

3,088.19 

141.49 


285,186.47 


12,379,84 
3,044.13 


49,421.95 

138.09 

4,000.00 

2,432.77 

82.00 


18,770.71 
2,612.71 


73,712.48 
8,763.43 


4,500.00 


29,000.00 

27,228.04 

2,506.43 


2,500.00 


1,877.96 


880.83 
33.23 


4,481.67 
22.14 


3,539.35 
326.24 






11,948.34 


6,420.65 


16,995.39 
1,067.38 


150,526.67 

824.04 


892.70 


20,445.00 


4,739.25 


27,373.60 














50,865.50 


35,312.95 


97,552.55 


495,271.65 


17,230.73 


76,519.81 


30,626.48 
118.14 


116,215.10 
















50,865.50 


35,312.95 


97,552.55 


495,271.65 


17,230.73 


76,519.81 


30,744.62 


116,215.10 


8,707.02 
351.45 


4,812.94 
513.89 


31,454.71 

119.31 

444.98 

1,067.38 


21,131.84 

7,434.79 

15,402.79 

824.04 


11,445.12 
59.08 


10,344.37 
250.00 


4,607.37 
1,450.77 


3,063.94 
727.90 




22.00 




















9,058.47 


5,348.83 


33,086.38 


44,793.46 


11,504.20 


10,594.37 


6,058.14 


3,791.84 


11,948.34 
6,515.27 


6,420.65 
• 5,900.40 


16,995.39 
11,156.59 


150,526.67 

128,547.93 

2,951.56 


892.70 
648.00 


20,445.00 
16,943.12 


4,739.25 
7,554.60 


27,373.60 
23,450.86 
















18,463.61 


12,321.05 


28,151.98 


282,026.16 


1,540.70 


37,388.12 


12,293.85 


50,824.46 


11,016.34 


4,187.06 


17,905.49 


90,938.15 


858.38 


20,614.23 


12,392.63 


32,836.06 


12,327.08 


13,456.01 


18,408.70 


77,513.88 


3,327.45 


7,923.09 




28,762.74 








23,343.42 


17,643.07 


36,314.19 


168,452.03 


4,185.83 


28,537.32 


12,392.63 


61,598.80 


50,865.50 


35,312.95 


97,552.55 


495,271.65 


17,230.73 


76,519.81 


30,744.62 


116,215.10 


23.3 


18.5 


41.1 


13.0 


70.4 


18.9 


23.4 


4.3 



316 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Owen 
Sound 
12,923 


Paisley 

728 


Penetang- 

uishene 

4,352 


Port 
Elgin 
1,301 


Port 


Population 


McNicoll 
935 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 
25,978.31 
15,131.59 

108,076.27 


$ c. 


$ c. 

2,262.10 

7,076.39 

41,344.97 


$ c. 
111.25 


$ c. 
369.08 


Substation equipment 


1,933.26 

11,562.78 




Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground 


25,907.50 


8,040.07 


Line transformers 


46,500.78 
56,737.90 
27,973.09 


1,602.53 
3,003.08 
1,045.51 


15,402.52 

13,463.23 

3,511.38 


6,103.51 
6,331.95 
2,089.20 


1,508.48 


Meters 


2,527.13 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


468.63 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


4,202.39 
33,282.00 


853.45 


1,541.97 


574.61 


634.70 


Old plant 


1,745.00 




4,213.00 












Total plant 


317,882.33 
31,562.57 


21,745.61 

2,839.12 
2,500.00 
1,086.90 


84,602.56 

1,776.34 

872.14 

3,802.78 

192.32 


45,331.02 

6,616.47 

10,000.00 

311.35 

28.22 


13,548.09 


Bank and cash balance 


222.75 


Securities and investments 






16,380.84 
10,563.39 


634.59 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures.... 






Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


129,124.45 


6,862.12 


43,200.02 
254.57 


3,876.63 


4,134.47 


Other assets 














Total assets 


505,513.58 


35,033.75 


134,700.73 


66,163.69 


18,539.90 


Deficit 
















Total 


505,513.58 


35,033.75 


134,700.73 


66,163.69 


18,539.90 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 




8,481.18 
746.11 


12,035.62 
3,744.35 


34,981.33 
4,369.21 


1,010.58 


Accounts payable 


292.13 


407.69 


Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities 


2,988.13 




254.57 


10.00 










Total liabilities 


3,280.26 


9,227.29 


16,034.54 


39,360.54 


1,418.27 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems ... 
For depreciation 


129,124.45 
65,613.44 


6,862.12 
4,551.92 


43,200.02 

33,535.19 

1,000.00 


3,876.63 
3,943.78 


4,134.47 
4,757.34 


Other reserves 














Total reserves 


194,737.89 


11,414.04 


77,735.21 


7,820.41 


8,891.81 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


141,000.00 


7,518.82 


24,947.33 


7,018.67 


6,289.42 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


166,495.43 


6,873.60 


15,983.65 


11,964.07 


1,940.40 






Total surplus 


307,495.43 


14,392.42 


40,930.98 


18,982.74 


8,229.82 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


505,513.58 


35,033.75 


134,700.73 


66,163.69 


18,539.90 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


0.9 


32.8 


17.5 


63.2 


9.8 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



317 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1935 



Port 
Perry 
1,146 


Priceville 
P.V. 


Ripley 

450 


Rosseau 
300 


Shelburne 
1,166 


Southamp- 
ton 
1,355 


Stayner 
900 


Sunderland 
P.V. 


$ c. 


$ e. 
68.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

800.00 

566.60 

14,735.46 


$ c. 
25.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 


2,564.65 






200.00 
13,203.08 




19,017.77 


4,717.36 


9,975.19 


7,183.82 


20,948.31 


4,151.87 


4,676.69 
4,130.00 
1,037.90 


702.86 
380.00 
139.88 


3,551.90 

1,500.13 

844.33 


2,204.63 

1,072.07 

451.87 


6,309.57 
6,538.06 
1,059.60 


6,275.07 
7,310.75 
2,000.73 


5,603.35 

5,501.54 

966.80 


1,424.35 
2,107.48 

627.74 


143.78 


833.90 


1,266.68 


1,126.07 


2,253.26 


955.09 


326.63 


198.22 










739.50 


2,077.00 


4,132.41 


2,030.00 












31,570.79 

2,306.62 
10,000.00 


6,842.00 
65.01 


17,138.23 

1,270.80 


12,038.46 
2,284.67 


33,002,05 

1,821.73 

2,500.00 

2,065.46 

68.04 


39,591.95 
3,968.52 


29,933.81 

1,611.57 
4,000.00 
1,304.98 


10,539.66 

205.06 
2,051.81 


2,140.10 


518.25 


641.94 


530.94 


293.06 
13.82 


474.91 
15.00 














10,191.04 
495.44 


599.23 


4,903.43 


1,520.26 


12,518.27 


3,746.42 


10,756.87 
101.78 


7,251.24 
6.00 
















56,703.99 


8,024.49 
1,659.86 


23,954.40 


16,374.33 


51,975.55 


47,613.77 


47,709.01 


20,543.68 
















56,703.99 


9,684.35 


23,954.40 


16,374.33 


51,975.55 


47,613.77 


47,709.01 


20,543.68 


13,329.06 


2,203.64 
125.57 


9,555.70 
1.40 


12,272.00 
272 . 54 


1,457.00 

11.77 


20,275.13 
720.33 


411.67 
61.73 


2,526.68 
24.08 






495.44 


74.45 


60.00 




13.00 


2.00 


101.78 


6.00 








13,824.50 


2,403.66 


9,617.10 


12,544.54 


1,481.77 


20,997.46 


575.18 


2,556.76 


10,191.04 
7,305.90 


599.23 

1,885.10 


4,903.43 

3,877.31 


1,520.26 

899.47 


12,518.27 
11,785.33 


3,746.42 
3,099.29 


10,756.87 
10,730.05 


7,251.24 

3,778.00 


















17,496.94 


2,484.33 


8,780.74 


2,419.73 


24,303.60 


6,845.71 


21,486.92 


11,029.24 


6,552.60 


4,796.36 


4,416.24 


728.00 


18,463.00 


12,724.87 


13,588.33 


4,273.32 


18,829.95 




1,140.32 


682.06 


7,727.18 


7,045.73 


12,058.58 


2,684.36 








25,382.55 


4,796.36 


5,556.56 


1,410.06 


26,190.18 


19,770.60 


25,646.91 


6,957.68 


56,703.99 


9,684.35 


23,954.40 


16,374.33 


51,975.55 


47,613.77 


47,709.01 


20,543.68 


29.7 


32.4 


50.5 


84.5 


3.8 


47.9 


1.6 


19.2 



318 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Concluded 



Municipality 


Tara 
509 


Teeswater 
796 


Thornton 
P.V. 


Tottenham 
514 


Uxbridge 
1,514 


Population 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
40.00 


Substation equipment 




330.31 
16,987.54 




358.50 
8,171.10 


2,657.65 


Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system— underground 


11,118.17 


6,478.82 


13,522.71 


Line transformers 


2,292.77 

1,773.78 

430.59 


4,760.65 
3,416.28 
1,406.90 


1,015.06 
912.23 
381.95 


1,256.38 

2,109.02 

466.26 


3,718.53 


Meters 


4,585.54 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


1,379.46 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


1,414.55 


1,881.49 


300.35 


1,331.88 


886.42 


Old plant 




4,976.86 




286.45 












Total plant 


17,029.86 
1,509.71 


33,760.03 

1,405.67 
1,000.00 
1,045.28 


9,088.41 

27.38 


13,979.59 
468.06 


26,790.31 


Bank and cash balance 


695.04 


Securities and investments 


8,000.00 


Accounts receivable 


688.70 


504.48 


216.27 


2,230.45 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures... 












Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


5,657.70 


7,945.13 


2,222.05 


6,974.63 
220.15 


10,900.67 


Other assets 


25.45 












Total assets 


24,885.97 
2,734.90 


45,156.11 


11,842.32 
3,551.67 


21,858.70 
3,735.00 


48,641.92 


Deficit 










Total 


27,620.87 


45,156.11 


15,393.99 


25,593.70 


48,641.92 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


3,453.62 


9,665.77 
897.09 


2,461.23 
1,304.14 


6,800.27 


9,733.95 


Accounts payable 


55.35 


Bank overdraft 








Other liabilities 




34.00 




220.15 


25.45 










Total liabilities 


3,453.62 


10,596.86 


3,765.37 


7,020.42 


9,814.75 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems.... 
For depreciation 


5,657.70 
6,463.17 


7,945.13 
5,655.23 


2,222.05 
4,367.80 


6,974.63 
5,431.82 


10,900.67 
5,203.35 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves 


12,120.87 


13,600.36 


6,589.85 


12,406.45 


16,104.02 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


12,046.38 


18,334.23 


5,038.77 


6,166.83 


6,473.64 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 




2,624.66 






16,249.51 












Total surplus 


12,046.38 


20,958.89 


5,038.77 


6,166.83 


22,723.15 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


27,620.87 


45,156.11 


15,393.99 


25,593.70 


48,641.92 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


18.0 


28.5 


39.1 


47.2 


26.0 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



319 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1935 



Victoria 

Harbor 

1,164 


Walkerton 
2,461 


Waubau- 
shene 
P.V. 


Wiarton 

1,782 


Winder- 
mere 
127 


Wingham 
2,024 


Wood- 
ville 
442 


GEORGIAN 

BAY 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
200.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 

9,163.34 

4,863.91 

40,474.75 


$ c. 


$ c. 
111,716.22 












175,004.93 


8,967.55 


41,573.07 


7,336.73 


21,314.73 


9,252.66 


3,015.16 


1,168,719.66 
66,437.67 


1,481.93 

2,401.49 

366.32 


11,003.32 

10,519.26 

2,513.25 


1,907.40 

2,038.24 

282.35 


5,759.43 
5,923.97 
1,960.48 


3,079.65 

1,002.87 

247.26 


16,004.55 

14,687.68 

3,489.76 


2,127.54 

2,179.77 

398.27 


386,451.28 
412,373.67 
136,665.45 


696.65 


1,990.87 


353.39 


5,343.65 


525.65 


4,340.47 
14,711.99 
12,320.02 


307.91 


100,081.59 
47,993.99 




4,897.60 




2,258.84 




2,182.50 


160,063.65 










13,913.94 

815.42 


72,497.37 
6,152.62 


11,918.11 
1,915.30 


42,761.10 

3,914.12 

5,000.00 

2,221.23 

6.91 


14,108.09 
162.90 


120,056.47 

3,419.43 
7,000.00 
5,509.29 
3,012.98 


10,211.15 

1,043.05 
5,000.00 
1,582.91 


2,765,508.11 

160,597.45 
215,405.41 


505.50 


3,454.92 
902.24 


637.83 
10.37 


1,153.11 


169,843.13 
23,517.41 








12,873.65 


4,457.95 


7,099.18 


2,521.03 


5,781.66 


1,187.70 


22,985.27 


7,227.28 


1,073,533.56 
7,506.32 


















19,692.81 


90,106.33 


17,002.64 


59,685.02 


16,611.80 


161,983.44 


25,064.39 


4,428,785.04 
26,117.84 


















19,692.81 


90,106.33 


17,002.64 


59,685.02 


16,611.80 


161,983.44 


25,064.39 


4,454,902.88 




54,788.00 
232.73 




33,834.31 
3,005.07 


10,943.34 
1,351.25 


31,916.79 
59.36 


2,365.13 
95.67 


562,829.70 


0.50 


69.06 


57,407.49 
15,900.99 




25.00 




10.00 




451.00 




11,027.68 












0.50 


55,045.73 


69.06 


36,849.38 


12,294.59 


32,427.15 


2,460.80 


647,165.86 


4,457.95 
4,469.52 


7,099.18 
4,253.65 


2,521.03 

2,558.86 


5,781.66 
3,615.94 


1,187.70 
1,433.75 


22,985.27 
25,516.40 


7,227.28 
2,269.43 


1,073,533.56 

782,095.69 

4,937.84 


















8,927.47 


11,352.83 


5,079.89 


9,397.60 


2,621.45 


48,501.67 


9,496.71 


1,860,567.09 


6,500.00 


8,212.00 


3,500.00 


3,565.69 


819.96 


64,188.71 


3,134.87 


1,048,704.84 
12,873.65 


4,264.84 


15,495.77 


8,353.69 


9,872.35 


875.80 


16,865.91 


9,972.01 


885,591.44 


10,764.84 


23,707.77 


11,853.69 


13,438.04 


1,695.76 


81,054.62 


13,106.88 


1,947,169.93 


19,692.81 


90,106.33 


17,002.64 


59,685.02 


16,611.80 


161,983.44 


25,064.39 


4,454,902.88 




66.3 


0.5 


68.4 


79.7 


23.3 


13.8 


18.8 







320 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM 



Municipality 


Alexandria 
1,945 


Apple Hill 
P.V. 


Athens 
562 


Bath 
360 


Belleville 


Population 


13,899 




Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 
169.06 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
36,108.70 


Substation equipment 








2,338.65 


Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system— underground 


28,142.52 


2,886.41 


14,010.14 


5,895.78 


109,509.23 


Line transformers 


8,443.14 
6,939.89 
2,224.20 


1,288.37 

1,041.01 

421.12 


1,980.47 

2,662.62 

698.90 


1,021.65 
707.55 
554.37 


24,559.09 


Meters 


57,276.98 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


17,381.47 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


5,137.46 


288.83 


1,011.61 


727.38 


3,711.10 


Old plant 


4,466.89 


709.55 
















Total plant 


55,354.10 

1,265.76 
5,000.00 
6,361.50 


6,804.35 
517.39 


20,363.74 

131.40 
2,000.00 
2,416.18 


8,906.73 
17.59 

"63.85 


250,885.22 


Bank and cash balance 


17,261.65 


Securities and investments 


5,000.00 


Accounts receivable 


540.11 


45,812.76 


Inventories 


6,891.58 


Sinking fund on local debentures... 












Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


21,054.12 


2,102.39 


3,372.84 


896.72 


88,179.28 


Other assets 
















Total assets 


89,035.48 


9,964.24 
80.11 


28,284.16 


9,884.89 
273.48 


414,030.49 


Deficit 












Total 


89,035.48 


10,044.35 


28,284.16 


10,158.37 


414,030.49 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


14,691.37 
2,372.74 


2,684.99 
276.70 


10,680.70 
28.16 


6,818.58 
1,032.65 




Accounts payable 


205.16 


Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities 


421.23 






50.00 


8,531.67 










Total liabilities 


17,485.34 


2,961.69 


10,708.86 


7,901.23 


8,736.83 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems... 
For depreciation 


21,054.12 

13,156.76 

771.74 


2,102.39 
1,665.26 


3,372.84 

2,888.75 
8.56 


896.72 
679.00 


88,179.28 
28,860.60 


Other reserves 


1,156.66 










Total reserves 


34,982.62 


3,767.65 


6,270.15 


1,575.72 


118,196.54 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


33,442.47 


3,315.01 


3,319.30 


681.42 


176,000.00 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


3,125.05 




7,985.85 




111,097.12 










Total surplus 


36,567.52 


3,315.01 


11,305.15 


681.42 


287,097.12 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


89,035.48 


10,044.35 


28,284.16 


10,158.37 


414,030.49 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


25.7 


37.7 


42.9 


87.9 


2.7 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



321 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1935 



Bloomfield 
677 


Bowman- 
ville 
3,602 


Brighton 
1,427 


Brockville 
9,818 


Cardinal 

1,428 


Carleton 
Place 
4,186 


Chester- 
ville 
970 


Cobden 
637 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

45,295.14 

1,000.87 

86,977.25 


$ c. 


$ c. 

13,262.50 

2,471.63 

42,858.47 


$ c. 
250.00 


$ c. 


410.00 










11,114.81 


43,954.11 


14,608.53 


11,876.19 


8,197.57 


3,815.00 


2,230.77 

2,724.61 

908.20 


7,840.16 

17,229.45 

2,921.51 


4,443.90 

6,599.59 

821.98 


37,405.23 
43,903.81 
24,351.09 


2,850.50 

2,723.71 

438.57 


11,798.78 

17,117.25 

6,663.28 


3,245.64 

4,185.17 

593.64 


560.00 
780.00 
412.00 


1,403.42 


3,106.15 


202.17 


1,930.36 

46,965.86 

4,821.76 


831.05 


3,843.49 


773.88 


45.86 








3,474.80 


5,293.19 




2,853.85 










18,791,81 
1,328,79 


75,051.38 
22,472.36 


26,676.17 
4,016.22 


292,651.37 

200.00 

115,000.00 

12,870.12 

2,254.24 


22,194.82 
3,603.07 


103,308.59 


17,245.90 

20.00 

9,000.00 

2,456.54 

674.79 


8,466.71 
777.93 




20,000.00 

12,070.76 

734.90 




567.93 


14,815.52 
2,431.52 


4,419.54 
4,445.37 


1,377.97 


1,339.35 








3,481.50 


23,425.28 


5,852.69 


110,118.03 


2,331.77 


49,717.81 


19,637.58 
























24,170.03 


138,196.06 


45,409.99 


533,093.76 


29,507.63 


185,832.06 


49,034.81 


10,583.99 


















24,170.03 


138,196.06 


45,409.99 


533,093.76 


29,507.63 


185,832.06 


49,034.81 


10,583.99 


6,320.38 


46,274.04 


20,732.02 




12,493.38 
14.58 


38,379.78 

2,905.96 

6,780.89 

854.90 


710.30 

7.04 

443.48 


7,371.47 






650.61 








4,786.87 
45.40 




43.00 


780.07 


129.78 




15.00 










6,363.38 


47,054.11 


20,861.80 


4,832.27 


12,507.96 


48,921.53 


1,160.82 


8,037.08 


3,481.50 


23,425.28 
6,367.50 


5,852.69 

2,852.55 

899.31 


110,118.03 
84,333.67 
13,751.04 


2,331.77 
1,633.80 


49,717.81 

11,775.61 

1,472.74 


19,637.58 
8,340.49 




5,004.96 


111.00 












8,486.46 


29,792.78 


9,604.55 


208,202.74 


3,965.57 


62,966.16 


27,978.07 


111.00 


4,879.62 


24,725.96 


4,267.98 


226,657.54 


2,506.62 


27,620.22 


5,789.70 


431.80 


4,440.57 


36,623.21 


10,675.66 


93,401.21 


10,527.48 


46,324.15 


14,106.22 


2,004.11 


9,320.19 


61,349.17 


14,943.64 


320,058.75 


13,034.10 


73,944.37 


19,895.92 


2,435.91 


24,170.03 


138,196.06 


45,409.99 


533,093.76 


29,507.63 


185,832.06 


49,034.81 


10,583.99 


30.7 


41.0 


52.7 


1.1 


46.0 


35.9 


3.9 


75.9 



11— H.E. 



322 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Cobourg 
5,780 


Colborne 
1,016 


Deseronto 
1,395 


Finch 
400 


Hastings 


Population 


795 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Substation equipment . 


1,668.35 
67,318.46 




161.18 
9,713.54 






Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground 


9,580.67 


7,478.81 


14,920.93 


Line transformers 


17,836.83 

25,447.48 

8,566.08 


1,003.49 
1,555.07 
1,321.40 


1,702.57 

4,807.54 

432.60 


1,393.35 

1,641.83 

435.62 


1,771.80 


Meters 


3,090.78 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


1,232.99 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


3,946.67 


2,414.36 


314.19 


23.24 


700.18 


Old plant 










1,733.13 














Total plant 


124,783.87 

9,586.51 

22,580.31 

9,297.38 

1,949.47 


15,874.99 
4,103.58 


17,131.62 
2,977.04 


10,972.85 

170.93 

3,000.00 

735.43 


23,449.81 


Bank and cash balance 


390.38 


Securities and investments 


5,500.00 


Accounts receivable 


791.79 

548.27 


957.68 
874.16 


721.12 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures.... 






Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


17,572.59 


1,202.92 


3,295.20 


2,424.71 


1,555.89 














Total assets 


185,770.13 


22,521.55 


25,235.70 


17,303.92 


31,617.20 


Deficit 
















Total 


185,770.13 


22,521.55 


25,235.70 


17,303.92 


31,617.20 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


95,643.64 


11,762.36 

83.72 


6,971.41 


5,116.60 
8.94 


18,384.80 


Accounts payable 




Bank overdraft 








Other liabilities 


4,028.08 


202.00 


236.12 




114.00 








Total liabilities 


99,671.72 


12,048.08 


7,207.53 


5,125.54 


18,498.80 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems ... 
For depreciation 


17,572.59 
8,869.12 


1,202.92 
676.00 


3,295.20 
1,676.92 


2,424.71 

1,528.23 

60.00 


1,555.89 
1,913.35 


Other reserves 














Total reserves 


26,441.71 


1,878.92 


4,972.12 


4,012.94 


3,469.24 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


10,349.86 


432.23 


8,028.59 


1,883.40 


2,615.20 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


49,306.84 


8,162.32 


5,027.46 


6,282 04 


7,033.96 






Total surplus 


59,656.70 


8,594.55 


13,056.05 


8,165.44 


9,649.16 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


185,770.13 


22,521.55 


25,235.70 


17,303.92 


31,617.20 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


59.3 


56.5 


32.9 


34.4 


61.6 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



323 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1935 



Havelock 
1,119 


Kemptville 
1,272 


Kingston 
23,678 


Lakefield 
1,335 


Lanark 
623 


Lancaster 
609 


Lindsay 
6,979 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
198,850.79 

51,600.29 
169,478.75 
177,817.73 

61,025.94 
102,980.41 

74,548.39 


$ c. 
3,137.97 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
10,556.68 


572.90 








3,176.56 


19,560.23 


20,368.88 


22,037.05 


6,214.76 


6,439.01 


75,633.39 


2,402.18 
5,371.42 
1,844.93 


6,383.89 
6,723.44 
1,063.16 


5,535.60 
7,206.22 
1,828.16 


1,267.23 
1,835.39 

682.38 


1,044.32 

1,393.52 

650.65 


21,827.93 
30,503.99 
10,311.90 


4,490.91 


5,758.04 


44,235.89 
15,890.14 


3,704.90 


330.38 


1,068.55 


1,384.39 


2,420.45 




3,445.25 




















36,66.3.02 
2,184.03 


40,297.41 


896,428.33 

14,862.90 

292,175.00 

48,841.75 

7,343.68 

17,287.66 


46,895.15 

1,515.28 

8,000.00 

887.35 


10,330.14 

1,664.40 

1,982.05 

537.08 


10,596.05 
1,600.40 


153,394.84 

10,839.93 
45,000.00 


9,000.00 


20,000.00 
4,645.32 
1,070.38 


528.95 


2,676.55 


13,324.86 
355.91 












7,379.72 


12,664.99 


6,869.58 


3,917.12 


4,135.33 


50,053.74 




1,000.00 
















55,755.72 


78,678.10 


1,277,939.32 


64,167.36 


18,430.79 


19,008.33 


272,969.28 
















55,755.72 


78,678.10 


1,277,939.32 


64,167.36 


18,430.79 


19,008.33 


272,969.28 


12,560.46 
62.94 


16,881.83 

55.96 

1,170.67 


68,682.01 


24,118.72 


2,419.84 


1,744.64 
100.05 


97,989.42 














1,668.57 


487.80 




117.24 


1,951.05 








12,623.40 


18,108.46 


70,350.58 


24,606.52 


2,419.84 


1,961.93 


99,940.47 


7,379.72 


12,664.99 

8,588.80 




6,869.58 
11,854.77 


3,917.12 
2,310.25 


4,135.33 
2,969.70 


50,053.74 
23,477.69 


8,109.31 


162,414.62 
250,199.58 














15,489.03 


21,253.79 


412,614.20 


18,724.35 


6,227.37 


7,105.03 


73,531.43 


20,339.54 


8,118.17 


243,217.99 

17,287.66 

534,468.89 


9,381.28 


5,141.63 


8,225.78 


32,010.68 


7,303.75 


31,197.68 


11,455.21 


4,641.95 


1,715.59 


67,486.80 


27,643.29 


39,315.85 


794,974.54 


20,836.49 


9,783.58 


9,941.37 


99,497.38 


55,755.72 


78,678.10 


1,277,939.32 


64,167.36 


18,430.79 


19,008.33 


272,969.28 


26.1 


27.4 


4.2 


42.9 


16.7 


13.2 


44.8 



324 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Madoc 
1,088 


Marmora 
984 


Martintown 
P.V. 


Maxville 


Population 


732 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 
100.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 
126.15 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 




407.79 


Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system— underground 


10,753.76 


12,794.41 


2,709.88 


11,549.05 


Line transformers 


2,960.82 
4,856.81 
1,577.14 


2,940.19 
3,649.68 
1,284.09 


690.33 
901.05 
335.26 


1,540.96 


Meters 


2,428.80 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


1,605.64 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


289.17 


2,000.91 


764.13 


2,387.26 


Old plant 




573.62 














Total plant 


20,537.70 
4,146.06 


23,242.90 

4,946.39 

459.22 

1,177.20 


5,526.80 
997.75 


19,919.50 


Bank and cash balance 


1,388.81 


Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


1,035.08 


414.91 


863.05 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures.... 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


3,792.39 


3,043.45 


1,320.10 


6,218.96 












Total assets 


29,511.23 


32,869.16 


8,259.56 
700.85 


28,390.32 


Deficit 












Total 


29,511.23 


32,869.16 


8,960.41 


28,390.32 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 




6,150.76 
667.28 




5,717.34 


Accounts payable 


, 109.31 


34.60 




Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities 


178.00 


40.00 




80.00 








Total liabilities 


287.31 


6,858.04 


34.60 


5,797.34 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems.... 
For depreciation 


3,792.39 
314.84 


3,043.45 
4,880.60 


1,320.10 

1,466.37 

139.34 


6,218.96 
4,415.61 


Other reserves 












Total reserves 


4,107.23 


7,924.05 


2,925.81 


10,634.57 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


14,000.00 


11,515.35 


6,000.00 


10,282.66 


Local sinking fund...; 




Operating surplus 


11,116.69 


6,571.72 




1,675.75 








Total surplus 


25,116.69 


18,087.07 


6,000.00 


11,958.41 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


29,511.23 


32,869.16 


8,960.41 


28,390.32 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


1.1 


23.0 


0.5 


26.1 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



325 



' 'A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1935 



Napanee 
2,935 


Norwood 
761 


Omemee 
509 


Oshawa 
22,506 


Ottawa 
135,300 


Perth 
4,057 


Peterborough 
22,869 


$ c. 
2,495.14 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
57,016.29 


$ c. 
434,311.44 
710,407.30 
750,789.23 
173,829.16 
325,149.13 
281,062.37 
118,171.34 


$ c. 

5,101.01 

5,779.83 

46,186.32 


$ c. 
75,202.75 




457.53 

23,178.85 


360.32 
11,429.71 


103,492.41 


42,239.65 


188,260.88 


223,224.19 


8,794.33 

16,874.51 

3,963.21 


4,409.49 
4,822.00 
1,848.52 


2,879.19 

2,508.72 

679.66 


44,993.99 

102,818.65 
15,899.04 


23,609.47 

21,668.43 

4,157.07 


99,933.91 
95,185.64 

54,822.58 


2,636.38 


4,039.32 


1,540.92 


6,821.32 


34,864.64 


5,328.32 


53,533.59 




2,447.51 




8,831.65 




23,606.94 


29,771.74 










77,003.22 
6,996.33 


41,203.22 

3,427.10 

10,000.00 

577.45 


19,398.52 
3,314.27 


424,641.82 
25,244.32 


2,828,584.61 

41,681.36 

* 38,000.00 

110,343.78 

22,584.76 
519,918.37 

82,616.11 


135,437.39 

16,577.22 

42,438.83 

8,963.93 

7,374.32 


735,166.81 
330.00 


9,315.80 
4,463.19 


103.63 


52,719.17 
6,613.70 


35,680.58 
4,096.38 








273,254.87 


21,610.94 


3,591.92 
351.93 




269,708.94 
164.81 


43,159.70 
164.07 


164,175.37 
















119,389.48 


59,151.62 


' 22,816.42 


779,092.76 


3,643,728.99 


254,115.46 


1,212,704.01 
















119,389.48 


59,151.62 


22,816.42 


779,092.76 


3,643,728.99 


254,115.46 


1,212,704.01 


22,149.70 


25,520.15 


2,343.53 


225,943.75 
2,376.02 


709,312.20 
58,930.72 


47,627.13 
39.73 


527,920.00 

8.75 








11,147.88 


584.44 


351.93 


86.84 


22,642.00 




2,235.51 


203.00 








22,734.14 


25,872.08 


2,430.37 


250,961.77 


768,242.92 


49,902.37 


539,279.63 


21,610.94 


3,591.92 
10,600.06 




269,708.94 
56,485.07 
17,740.95 


82,616.11 

1,026,363.40 

166,283.53 


43,159.70 

39,933.66 

300.00 


164,175.37 


4,840.98 
2,956.26 


6,973.43 


114,209.60 
9,749.56 










29,408.18 


14,191.98 


6,973.43 


343,934.96 


1,275,263.04 


83,393.36 


288,134.53 


47,850.30 


11,579.85 


9,656.47 


84,056.25 


270,687.80 
519,918.37 
809,616.86 


60,772.87 






273,254.87 


19,396.86 


7,507.71 


3,756.15 


100,139.78 


60,046.86 


112,034.98 


67,247.16 


19,087.56 


13,412.62 


184,196.03 


1,600,223.03 


120,819.73 


385,289.85 


119,389.48 


59,151.62 


22,816.42 


779,092.76 


3,643,728.99 


254,115.46 


1,212,704.01 


23.2 


46.4 


10.7 


49.2 


8.2 


-23.7 


34.3 



326 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Picton 
2,922 


Port Hope 
4,433 


Prescott 
2,958 


Richmond 
425 


Russell 


Population 


P.V. 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 

10,925.37 

2,004.66 

39,314.07 


$ c. 
6,935.31 


$ c. 
2,761.54 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 






Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system— underground 


48,573.37 


39,278.98 


6,307.97 


7,769.63 


Line transformers 


12,652.58 

17,563.47 

4,275.67 


12,332.42 

19,884.12 

2,701.68 


13,901.19 

18,708.64 
2,080.97 


844.03 

1,236.59 

173.98 


1,382.48 


Meters . 


1,590.59 
492.87 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


3,417.87 


1,557.80 


538.65 


642.54 


1,288.72 


Old plant 


1,105.28 




















Total plant 


91,258.97 

4,022.95 

14,000.00 

7,399.53 

4,023.16 


91,984.70 
3,281.71 


77,269.97 

2,865.74 
3,000.00 
4,919.88 


9,205.11 
357.54 


12,524.29 
298.47 


Bank and cash balance 


Securities and investments. ... 


1,500.00 
1,511.34 


Accounts receivable 


7,547.94 
1,401.82 


210.32 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures... 








Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


29,121.42 


27,185.89 


31,304.28 


1,413.72 


3,581.14 














Total assets 


149,826.03 


131,402.06 


119,359.87 


11,186.69 


19,415.24 


Deficit 
















Total 


149,826.03 


131,402.06 


119,359.87 


11,186.69 


19,415.24 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 




3,240.54 




5,016.95 
2.75 


6,307.43 


Accounts payable 


2,664.13 


819.28 


11.65 


Bank overdraft 






Other liabilities 


1,557.00 


3,678.53 


205.51 


60.25 








Total liabilities 


4,221.13 


6,919.07 


1,024.79 


5,079.95 


6,319.08 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems.... 
For depreciation 


29,121.42 

15,067.62 

1,386.53 


27,185.89 
8,776.12 


31,304.28 
35,676.54 


1,413.72 

1,252.92 

52.84 


3,581.14 
2,038.68 


Other reserves 












Total reserves 


45,575.57 


35,962.01 


66,980.82 


2,719.48 


5,619.82 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


5,730.32 


75,759.46 


12,170.99 


1,483.05 


3,692.57 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


94,299.01 


12,761.52 


39,183.27 


1,904.21 


3,783.77 




Total surplus 


100,029.33 


88,520.98 


51,354.26 


3,387.26 


7,476.34 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


149,826.03 


131,402.06 


119,359.87 


11,186.69 


19,415.24 


Percentage of net debt t& total assets 


3.5 


6.6 


0.1 


51.9 


39.9 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



327 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1935 



Smiths Falls 
7,517 


Stirling 
935 


Trenton 
6,241 


Tweed 
1,247 


Warkworth 
P.V. 


Wellington 
916 


Westport 
704 


Whitby 
3,732 


$ c. 

19,528.85 

4,745.66 


$ c. 
8,410.00 
7,042.12 
5,438.13 


$ c. 

5,114.41 

23,080.03 

94,210.20 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

200.00 

499.80 

14,660.44 


$ c. 


$ c. 
6,394.26 








34,200.41 


87,402.74 


10,257.00 


5,520.02 


7,207.23 


45,122.26 


26,524.16 

33,164.62 

9,260.13 


3,711.12 
4,963.73 
2,689.37 


21,606.99 
26,716.30 
13,537.82 


3,052.41 
4,831.03 
1,035.28 


716.39 

1,577.32 

309.88 


3,716.70 
5,286.84 
1,172.27 


1,015.48 

1,353.44 

526.70 


11,005.79 

15,259.11 

4,568.27 


5,941.80 
37,286.49 


698.37 


5,125.11 


314.06 


609.19 


795.70 


1,298.41 


6,423.59 


21,463.48 








3,618.02 


2,477.92 


1,713.00 


1,340.13 












245,317.93 

6,912.32 
48,000.00 


32,952.84 

4,588.77 
3,766.42 
2,185.48 
1,133.52 


189,390.86 
7,718.26 


19,489.78 
4,262.06 


12,350.82 

576.53 

2,500.00 

537.09 


28,809.67 

10.00 
5,000.00 
1,143.70 


13,114.26 

165.25 

2,500.00 

701.98 


124,313.82 
9,079.25 


12,705.83 
605.56 


16,944.93 
6,058.40 


2,068.72 
1,199.75 


11,725.51 
194.20 












64,321.31 


4,560.18 


31,685.86 

377.82 


4,201.66 


2,114.15 


5,563.38 


1,911.10 


28,308.61 
















377,862.95 


49,187.21 


252,176.13 


31,221.97 


18,078.59 


40,526.75 


18,392.59 


173,621.39 


















377,862.95 


49,187.21 


252,176.13 


31,221.97 


18,078.59 


40,526.75 


18,392.59 


173,621.39 


42,586.83 




107,538.24 


11,672.90 


8,916.87 


9,660.81 
48.29 


12,397.17 


31,888.75 


76.53 




204.21 












2,231.28 
5.25 






5.33 


196.13 


3,203.97 


267.69 






893.08 










42,668.69 


196.13 


110,742.21 


11,940.59 


8,916.87 


11,945.63 


12,397.17 


32,986.04 


64,321.31 

70,692.40 

750.00 


4,560.18 
6,397.91 


31,685.86 

14,576.25 

341.02 


4,201.66 
2,896.13 


2,114.15 
1,627.32 


5,563.38 
6,532.54 


1,911.10 
674.56 


28,308.61 
21,986.81 
















135,763.71 


10,958.09 


46,603.13 


7,097.79 


3,741.47 


12,095.92 


2,585.66 


50,295.42 


155,038.17 


10,000.00 


57,461.76 


7,327.10 


2,083.13 


7,339.19 


2,602.83 


44,723.75 


44,392.38 


28,032.99 


37,369.03 


4,856.49 


3,337.12 


9,146.01 


806.93 


45,616.18 


199,430.55 


38,032.99 


94,830.79 


12,183.59 


5,420.25 


16,485.20 


3,409.76 


90,339.93 


377,862.95 


49,187.21 


252,176.13 


31,221.97 


18,078.59 


40,526.75 


18,392.59 


173,621.39 


13.6 


0.4 


50.2 


44.2 


55.7 


34.2 


75.2 


22.7 



328 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Concluded 



Municipality .... 


Williamsburg 
P.V. 


Winchester 
943 


EASTERN 


Population 


ONTARIO 
SYSTEM 




STJMMARY 




Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 
299.85 


$ c. 
942,553.21 


Substation equipment 




955,878.29 


D istribution system — overhead 

Distribution system— underground 


3,335.85 


9,592.71 


2,559,697.02 
351,646.89 


Line transformers 


1,959.82 

2,283.59 

152.11 


2,881.28 

5,020.66 

719.87 


866,067.48 


Meters 


1,052,665.44 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


409,349.01 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


353.98 


549.67 


235,145.88 
100,142.49 


Old plant 




1,100.00 


127,268.16 


Plant no\, distributed 














Total plant 


8,085.35 

3,946.74 
9,500.00 
2,232.95 


20,164.04 

1,959.05 
7,000.00 
1,815.41 


7,600,413.87 


Bank and cash balance 


260,601.79 


Securities and investments 


750,901.83 


Accounts receivable 


483,902.58 


Inventories 


89,323.03 


Sinking fund on local debentures.... 






810,460.90 


Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


3,584.23 


13,105.53 


1,292,442.14 
2,058.63 










Total assets 


27,349.27 


44,044.03 


11,290,104.77 


Deficit 


1,054.44 










Total 


27,349.27 


44,044.03 


11,291,159.21 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 




5,262.12 
133.89 


2,346,605.91 


Accounts payable 


938.04 


74,870.39 


Bank overdraft 


26,561.07 


Other liabilities 


526.52 


10.00 


56,686.89 






Total liabilities 


1,464.56 


5,406.01 


2,504,724.26 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems.... 
For depreciation 


3,584.23 

2,173.72 

523.90 


13,105.53 
7,169.88 


1,292,442.14 
1,870,081.73 


Other reserves 


468,543.56 








Total reserves 


6,281.85 


20,275.41 


3,631,067.43 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


2,750.00 


5,387.88 


1,783,333.64 


Local sinking fund 


810,460.90 


Operating surplus 


16,852.86 


12,974.73 


2,561,572.98 






Total surplus 


19,602.86 


18,362.61 


5,155,367.52 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


27,349.27 


44,044.03 


11,291,159.21 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


6.2 


17.5 


18.4 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



329 



' 4 A"— Concluded 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1935 

THUNDER BAY 
SYSTEM 



Fort William 
24,492 


Nipigon 


Port Arthur 
19,459 


THUNDER 

BAY 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


ALL 
SYSTEMS 

GRAND 
SUMMARY 


$ c. 

48,927.62 

123,548.71 


$ c. 
215.03 


$ c. 
405,816.74 
240,640.36 
453,239.82 


$ c. 
454,959.39 
364,189.07 
615,407.75 


$ c. 
10,381,191.41 
22,072,115.14 


148,424.10 


13,743.83 


21,650,567.75 
6,068,724.47 


65,900.50 
63,447.00 
34,770.49 


2,594.47 

2,573.77 

606.24 


68,489.45 
85,331.71 
77,932.25 


136,984.42 
151,352.48 
113,308.98 


9,678,578.13 
8,767,892.27 
2,420,238.81 
1,486,302.46 


7,050.58 


133.53 


49,734.22 
324,027.37 


56,918.33 
324,027.37 
293,762.46 


3,616,986.74 
496,050.14 


293,762.46 




4,917,917.43 








200,000.00 












785,831.46 

24,773.23 
57,200.00 


19,866.87 
3,826.27 


1,705,211.92 

75,932.84 

706,044.69 

87,425.70 

15,536.99 

161,897.37 

1,113,671.63 

611.88 


2,510,910.25 

104,532.34 

763,244.69 

116,069.42 

17,397.36 

244,893.88 

1,447,047.18 

611.88 


91,756,564.75 

2,927,485.90 
2,593,633.59 


28,123.80 
1,860.37 


519.92 


4,363,297.95 
1,212,063.37 


82,996.51 




9,086,152.46 


331,225.77 


2,149.78 


32,609,979.83 
301,317.86 








1,312,011.14 


26,362.84 


3,866,333.02 


5,204,707.00 


144,850,495.71 
31,236.87 












1,312,011.14 


26,362.84 


3,866,333.02 


5,204,707.00 


144,881.732,58 


300,000.00 
23,058.04 


5,930.00 


253,014.57 
63,683.78 


558,944.57 
86,741.82 


36,667,080.62 
2,931,934.14* 






72,084.93 


12,028.93 






12,028.93 


3,462,906.61 










335,086.97 


5,930.00 


316,698.35 


657,715.32 


43,134,006.30 


331,225.77 
91,667.39 
15,791.51 


2,149.78 
4,009.00 


1,113,671.63 

465,440.01 

67,175.19 


1,447,047.18 

561,116.40 

82,966.70 


32,609,979.83 

18,410,891.84 

2,459,074.98 








438,684.67 


6,158.78 


1,646,286,83 


2,091,130.28 


53,479,946.65 


367,650.00 
82,996.51 


4,070.00 


389,085.43 

161,897.37 

1,352,365.04 


760,805.43 

244,893.88 

1,450,162.09 


23,481,974.13 
9,086,152.46 


87,592.99 


10,204.06 


15,699,653.04 


538,239.50 


14,274.06 


1,903,347.84 


2,455,861.40 


48,267,779.63 


1,312,011.14 


26,362.84 


3,866,333.02 


5,204,707.00 


144,881,732.58 


28.1 


24.5 


5.9 


11.7 


32.0 



330 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM 



Municipality 


Acton 
1,808 


Agincourt 
P.V. 


Ailsa 

Craig 

468 


Alvinston 
620 


Amherst- 


Population 


burg 
3,044 






Earnings - 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

10,548.87 

4,333.27 

24,652.14 

664.44 

1,866.90 

37.62 

493.00 


$ c. 

4,748.24 
1,173.81 
1,511.26 


$ c. 

2,620.29 
1,430.57 
1,105.05 


$ c. 

4,169.53 

2,499.23 

625.61 


$ c. 

19,282.75 
6,533.15 


Commercial light service 


Commercial power service 


5,113.06 


Municipal power 


Street lighting 


793.00 


628.00 


1,854.00 


2,351.69 


Merchandise 


Miscellaneous 


67.78 


273.63 


296.58 


458.33 






Total earnings 


42,596.24 


8,294.09 


6,057.54 


9,444.95 


33,738.98 




Expenses 
Power purchased 


33,670.43 


5,301.40 


4,014.67 


5,605.34 


22,414.57 


Substation operation 


Substation maintenance 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


2,212.91 

27.72 

402.12 


136.73 
11.69 
28.37 


100.05 
169.86 
200.10 


37.93 


1,558.74 


Line transformer maintenance 


3.84 


Meter maintenance 


40.70 


357.40 


Consumers' premises expenses 


151.11 


Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


284.73 
107.35 
654.95 
768.70 
127.87 
117.05 


75.04 


84.95 


124.61 


501.23 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 




232.00 
84.72 
29.50 


315.10 
166.54 

23.88 


2,137.13 


General office, salaries and expenses.. 
Undistributed expenses 


385.79 


1,295.27 
145.48 


Truck operation and maintenance 




352.78 


Interest 


113.88 
642.48 
388.00 


5.39 


638.79 

1,166.87 

638.00 

75.00 


1,310.14 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 




1,452.45 


Depreciation 


1,430.00 


441.00 


1,977.00 


Other reserves 


30.92 












Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


39,803.83 


7,083.38 


5,362.24 


8,832.76 


33,688.06 






Net surplus 


2,792.41 


1,210.71 


695.30 


612.19 


50.92 


Net loss 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


488 
87 
16 


147 

27 
3 


131 

38 
2 


157 

49 

2 


613 


Commercial light service 


114 


Power service 


15 






Total 


591 


177 


171 


208 


742 







1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



331 



"B" 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1935 



An caster 
Twp. 


Arkona 
391 


Aylmer 
1,985 


Ayr 
769 


Baden 
P.V. 


Beachville 
P.V. 


Belle River 

742 


Blenheim 
1,664 


$ c. 

9,131.31 
1,700.52 

388.28 
311.11 


$ c. 

2,797.13 

1,730.80 

173.72 


$ c. 

10,313.74 

6,896.33 

2,486.94 

915.30 

2,367.00 


$ c. 

5,147.56 

1,799.52 

221.22 


$ c. 

3,953.20 
1,568.12 
5,450.74 


$ c. 

2,925.29 

623.12 

9,723.51 


$ c. 

3,465.42 

1,707.74 

64.28 

1,119.36 

930.00 


$ c. 

8,856.50 
6,413.09 
2,866.56 
1,682.35 


1,135.00 


996.63 


1,028.00 


690.00 


517.00 


2,512.00 






1,010.24 


7.11 


149.63 


197.66 


169.56 


112.72 








12,666.22 


5,698.28 


23,989.55 


8,203.41 


11,811.69 


13,986.58 


7,456.36 


22,443.22 


8,054.83 


3,367.90 


15,972.74 


5,414.88 


8,631.77 


11,910.22 


4,831.96 


12,865.73 


















933.32 

21.80 


144.89 


1,429.28 
43.90 
76.87 


612.62 
12.74 
79.65 


58.30 

10.80 

8.98 


60.84 


234.46 

33.06 

117.07 


954.88 
171.55 


264.26 


19.90 


36.15 


405.87 
145.24 


156.52 


32.76 


198.83 


126.30 


152.39 


27.90 


119.79 


376.71 
230.37 


830.66 

716.84 

52.60 


159.87 
69.93 
21.80 


705.22 

777.72 
46.79 


376.21 
53.70 
38.16 


398.40 

161.85 

33.74 


257.03 

172.13 

4.35 


333.19 

244.60 

27.36 


750.55 
1,049.21 

7.75 


498.96 
327.08 
920.00 


568.20 
626.87 
336.00 


1,081.88 

1,426.04 

1,460.00 

300.00 


330.43 
385.48 
582.00 


94.11 
231.15 
395.00 


111.61 
246.18 
639.00 


302.49 
438.64 
717.00 


484.38 

535.78 

1,441.00 

50.90 
















12,776.21 


5,348.12 


23,519.27 


8,012.17 


10,176.49 


13,465.41 


7,399.62 


19,469.92 




350.16 


470.28 


191.24 


1,635.20 


521.17 


56.74 


2,973.30 


109.99 




















277 

39 

5 


100 

35 

2 


650 

141 

10 


203 

44 
4 


137 

35 

3 


135 
22 

4 


212 
40 

2 


504 

122 

9 


321 


137 


801 


251 


175 


161 


254 


635 



332 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 

NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality. 
Population... 



Blyth 
615 



Bolton 
560 



Bothwell 
698 



Brampton 

5,487 



Brantford 
30,691 



Earnings 

Domestic service 

Commercial light service.... 
Commercial power service. 

Municipal power 

Street lighting 

Merchandise 

Miscellaneous 



3,602.73 
1,675.98 
1,358.56 



3,750.97 
1,040.48 
2,151.70 



1,300.00 
4.76 



1,113.96 



$ c. 

2,839.53 

1,344.14 

672.32 

146.61 

1,293.00 



38,041.69 

16,341.54 

16,699.71 

2,401.86 

5,490.50 



184,323.47 
67,862.22 

206,226.45 
24,415.57 
32,653.90 



41.21 



591.69 



1,469.77 



4,996.30 



Total earnings. 



7,942.03 



8,098.32 



6,887.29 



80,445.07 



=520,477.91 



Expenses 



Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses.. 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 



4,549.66 



4,770.55 



4,442.80 



63,770.19 



360.75 
13.06 
85.14 



308.17 
25.50 
16.35 



74.30 
"2.66 



101.34 

2,479.80 

10.06 

492.78 



98.18 



.45 



149.11 
29.00 

74.81 



400.13 



404.34 

5.45 

250.47 

105.65 

32.20 



Depreciation... 
Other reserves. 



434.85 

1,096.31 

471.00 



275.92 
593.11 
582.00 



171.92 

191.35 

579.00 

25.02 



267.58 
108.64 
1,351.05 
1,607.02 
188.78 
286.04 
492.74 

1,990.54 

4,657.00 

300.00 



358,323.22 
7,167.07 
1,638.64 

13,617.94 

657.98 

4,587.86 

832.23 

4,279.69 

277.03 

10,873.30 

10,437.14 

2,622.94 

2,261.73 

14,504.67 

54,853.58 

23,875.00 

3,000.00 



Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 



7,361.87 



7,070.18 



6,285.16 



78,103.56 



*513,810.02 



Net surplus. 
Net loss 



580.16 



1,028.14 



602.13 



2,341.51 



6,667.89 



Number of Consumers 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service. 
Power service 



165 

52 

6 



158 

35 

9 



172 

47 

5 



1,389 

237 

50 



7,524 

1,139 

223 



Total. 



223 



202 



224 



1,676 



8,886 



*Includes earnings and expenses from other plants 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



333 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1935 



Brantford 
Twp. 


Bridgeport 
P.V. 


Brigden 
P.V. 


Brussels 

786 


Burford 
P.V. 


Burgess- 
ville 
P.V. 


Caledonia 
1,300 


Campbell- 
ville 
P.V. 


$ c. 

19,967.05 
4,005.53 
2,918.00 


$ c. 

3,910.43 
925.03 

458.75 


$ c. 

2,197.19 

1,859.71 

817.73 


$ c. 

5,053.77 

2,569.70 

729.72 


$ c. 

3,999.13 
1,060.45 
1,102.58 


$ c. 

1,105.35 
570.43 


$ c. 

5,391.64 
3,942.37 
1,809.15 


$ c. 

1,375.59 
460.34 






4,084.67 


654.00 


750.50 


1,286.00 


670.08 


312.00 


1,704.00 


480.00 


605.72 


11.13 


139.35 


169.30 


243.69 




390.31 










31,580.97 


5,959.34 


5,764.48 


9,808.49 


7,075.93 


1,987.78 


13,237.47 


2,315.93 


17,77^.83 


3,845.62 


3,732.90 


5,284.19 


4,736.31 


1,628.80 


7,879.66 


1,549.40 


















1,006.07 
125.25 


9.94 

0.87 
3.15 


365.54 


385.27 


145.26 


30.82 


1,149.46 

50.47 

266.05 


6.96 


525.37 
2.35 


110.10 


188.24 


75.35 


34.88 




846.59 
19.50 


79.22 


86.18 


153.42 


111.56 


30.94 


243.54 

45.50 

528.80 

244.44 

34.26 


25.03 


1,861.85 


244.79 

84.86 
21.89 


295.30 

105.76 

15.00 




430.06 

113.88 

17.37 


63.00 

36.38 

0.65 




1,805.66 
10.06 


518.49 

45.77 


101.01 






1,054.35 


567.36 
638.32 
547.00 


34.06 
300.73 
374.00 


671.93 

1,085.35 

613.00 




33.24 
290.94 
218.00 


91.53 

270.19 
772.00 


146.54 


3,723.41 




288.99 


2,535.00 
50.00 


500.00 


123.00 


















31,345.29 


6,043.02 


5,419.57 


8,945.66 


6,129.79 


2,367.65 


11,575.90 


2,240.93 


235.68 




344.91 


862.83 


946.14 




1,661.57 


75.00 




83.68 


379.87 
















831 
47 

4 


129 

20 

5 


110 

43 

5 


218 

64 

2 


186 
32 

2 


51 

18 


355 

90 

6 


44 
9 








882 


154 


158 


284 


220 


69 


451 


53 



334 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Cayuga 
668 


Chatham 
16,284 


Chippawa 
1,143 


Clifford 
423 


Clinton 


Population 


1,863 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

3,620.95 
3,052.74 
1,462.73 


$ c. 

83,669.83 
69,360.25 
52,258.94 

6,602.13 

19,215.26 

185.61 

3,151.34 


$ c. 

7,619.61 

1,395.02 

287.43 

875.03 

1,312.62 


$ c. 

2,435.37 

1,654.39 

144.61 


$ c. 
• 12,002.21 


Commercial light service 


6,119.47 


Commercial power service 


4,406.11 
875.01 


Municipal power 


Street lighting 


1,440.00 


868.00 


2,008.44 


Merchandise 


263.44 


Miscellaneous 


69.58 




5.79 


1,071.85 








Total earnings 


9,646.00 


234,443.36 


11,489.71 


5,108.16 


26,746.53 




Expenses 
Power purchased 


4,771.76 


131,419.40 
7,064.90 
2,268.96 

2,261.79 

410.87 

4,670.85 

269.86 

4,179.39 

1,765.97 

10,378.57 

13,488.29 

3,329.24 

1,950.89 

12,856.15 

16,116.14 

16,383.41 

3,080.08 


6,260.11 


3,172.39 


16,290.20 


Substation operation 


100.00 


Substation maintenance 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


321.18 
11.40 
68.95 


1,186.31 


26.90 


594.42 


Line transformer maintenance 


11.70 


Meter maintenance 


252.00 




282.48 


Consumers' premises expenses 






Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


153.89 


441.64 


72.90 


235.23 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 


512.25 

308.08 
47.58 


435.08 

420.10 

85.95 


283.10 

87.38 


769.00 


General office, salaries and expenses.. 
Undistributed expenses 


2,073.26 
135.39 


Truck operation and maintenance 




148.38 


Interest 


702.98 
979.77 
571.00 


328.22 

847.98 
935.00 


361.79 

188.65 
304.00 


1,929.33 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


1,305.66 


Depreciation... 


2,019.00 


Other reserves 














Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


8,448.84 


231,894.76 


11,192.39 


4,497.11 


25,894.05 






Net surplus 


1,197.16 


2,548.60 


297.32 


611.05 


852.48 


Net loss 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


131 

56 

5 


3,774 
733 
106 


304 

40 

5 


103 
39 

1 


507 


Commercial light service 


127 


Power service 


14 






Total 


192 


4,613 


349 


143 


648 







1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



335 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1935 



Comber 
P.V. 


Cottam 
P.V. 


Courtright 
332 


Dashwood 
P.V. 


Delaware 
P.V. 


Dorchester 
P.V. 


Drayton 
569 


Dresden 
1,479 


$ c. 

2,110.24 
2,204.54 
3,346.45 


$ c. 

2,368.83 

1,194.80 

455.47 


$ c. 

1,472.47 

963.86 

29.33 

777.04 
774.00 


$ c. 

1,403.66 
907.14 
807.59 


' $ c. 

1,541.91 
584.16 


$ c. 

2,254.65 

886.55 
515.37 


$ c. 

3,010.51 
1,934.63 
1,221.37 


$ c. 

6,274.99 
5,092.41 
4,048.09 






477.04 


621.00 


480.00 


450.97 


264.00 


650.00 


825.00 


1,856.76 


63.27 


135.00 


51.08 


104.05 


199.30 


143.56 


180.43 


310.80 


8,345.50 


4,634.10 


4,067.78 


3,673.41 


2,589.37 


4,450.13 


7,171.94 


18,060.09 


5,384.87 


2,468.59 


2,349.75 


2,598.99 


1,646.63 


3,276.69 


4,732.71 


11,261.68 


















243.61 
56.46 


207.45 


11.11 


54.06 


52.63 


21.80 


231.98 


1,646.39 


105.77 


44.28 


30.60 


99.70 




6.26 




150.75 










69.23 


58.31 


48.70 


37.50 


35.00 


43.14 


111.93 


569.23 
233.05 


267.15 




146.05 
15.62 
31.37 


164.41 

5.43 

20.93 


119.04 
71.22 


153.35 

20.99 

1.50 




689.66 


325.65 
30.73 


406.11 


293.69 


789.08 
64.66 










220.36 


68.17 


359.02 
396.14 
376.00 


186.64 
666.81 
234.00 


109.77 
124.17 
220.00 


102.71 
159.77 
159.00 


119.36 
163.52 
374.00 


366.58 
323.58 

558.00 




162.87 




463.00 


840.00 
75.00 


















7,177.51 


4,315.90 


3,720.65 


3,434.96 


2,346.00 


4,180.61 


6,618.47 


16,539.86 


1,167.99 


318.20 


347.13 


238.45 


243.37 


269.52 


553.47 


1,520.23 


















93 

48 
3 


104 

25 

1 


58 

24 

3 


65 

25 

1 


55 
19 


129 

28 
2 


155 

63 

3 


373 

114 

10 








144 


130 


85 


91 


74 


159 


221 


497 



336 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality. 
Population .... 



Earnings 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service... 
Commercial power service. 

Municipal power 

Street lighting 

Merchandise 

Miscellaneous 



Total earnings 



Expenses 

Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses.. 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 



Depreciation... 
Other reserves. 



Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 



Net surplus. 
Net loss 



Drumbo 
P.V. 



1,945.04 
787.39 
660.24 



522.50 
56.69 



3,971.86 



2,233.09 



143.11 



56.72 



71.03 



182.29 

95.75 

1.36 



113.16 
179.71 
295.00 



3,371.22 



600.64 



Dublin 
P.V. 



$ c. 

1,296.91 
773.47 
337.26 



750.00 



3,157.64 



1,948.92 



20.91 



.41 



100.69 



115.41 
54.80 
16.08 



95.85 

481.87 
293.00 



3,215.94 



58.30 



Dundas 
4,983 



$ 

21,079.70 

10,709.72 

20,208.25 

510.46 

5,508.00 



174.17 



58,190.30 



38,742.66 
247.07 



4,961.59 

274.82 
831.89 



564.31 



1,141.84 

1,613.22 

248.07 

611.70 

1,252.07 

2,309.38 

4,282.00 



57,080.62 



1,109.68 



Dunnville 
3,746 



$ 



c. 



13,408.42 

11,880.45 

12,594.68 

2,418.77 

3,958.44 

29.82 

641.90 



44,932.48 



24,473.59 
339.65 



1,804.73 



534.84 



401.64 



793.30 

1,256.27 

90.24 

246.19 
2,644.69 

2,785.04 

3,328.00 



38,698.18 



6,234.30 



Dutton 
780 



$ c. 

3,411.12 
2,466.43 
3,546.38 



1,021.44 
291.75 



10,737.12 



7,454.45 



336.89 

25.82 
65.35 



197.86 



306.11 

170.50 

23.60 



263.87 

382.71 

579.00 

29.38 



9,835.54 



901.58 



Number of Consumers 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service. 
Power service 



Total 



81 
24 

1 

106 



43 

25 

2 

70 



1,195 

166 

37 

1,398 



826 

208 

32 

1,066 



208 

66 

8 

282 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



337 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31,-1935 



East 

Windsor 

14,606 


East 
York Twp. 


Elmira 
2,650 


Elora 
1,133 


Embro 

408 


Erieau 
281 


Erie 

Beach 

23 


Essex 
1,689 


$ c. 

75,423.80 
20,050.03 
46,697.24 


$ c. 

184,387.47 

25,403.94 

30,231.88 

5,162.27 

19,497.90 


$ c. 

16,079.24 

6,397.95 

5,084.45 

871.59 

1,834.00 


$ c. 

7,270.54 
3,570.61 
2,995.07 


$ c. 

2,717.14 
1,677.60 
1,323.78 


$ c. 

3,805.08 

1,455.68 

762.19 


$ c. 

1,606.51 
324.02 


$ c. 

7,706.45 
4,847.22 
4,366.26 






1,571.32 


8,419.92 


1,675.16 

65.24 

418.91 


678.00 


378.00 




3,091.92 










349.90 


744.79 


78.54 


12.55 


10.87 


341.99 






150,590.99 


265,033.36 


31,012.02 


15,995.53 


6,475.06 


6,413.50 


1,941.40 


21,925.16 


86,779.32 


169,925.60 


20,772.04 


9,348.20 


3,950.88 


3,293.02 


764.49 


12,614.71 




14.26 

8,332.74 
1,329.43 
4,435.82 
1,055.51 

3,384.28 














7,214.23 
324.18 


1,443.69 

49.87 

273.25 


2,302.23 

1.00 

41.84 


175.04 


196.00 

16.85 

97.65 

0.25 

39.46 


161.72 


181.77 
6.80 


2,486.82 
4,220.03 


26.37 
38.09 

143.79 

22.00 

352.10 

199.25 

2.06 


57.32 


33.75 
3.55 


3,486.56 


100.20 
55.56 

622.93 

997.59 
80.63 

178.74 
1,366.48 

1,753.84 

2,110.00 


144.31 
30.00 
718.27 
425.30 
250.42 
87.77 
165.31 

809.28 

1,129.00 




310.49 


1,530.86 




85.61 


10,125.50 
4,450.37 
2,829.39 


12,296.80 

11,345.09 

1,693.56 

509.07 

14,436.59 

15,671.35 

13,550.00 

230.00 


368.26 
168.12 


122.15 
3.74 


822.86 

1,586.64 

100.02 


3,882.08 






307.45 


3,602.96 
7,496.39 
8,395.00 


171.80 
488.62 
513.00 


251.75 

365.13 

355.00 

15.00 


147.00 

142.95 

81.00 


1,018.08 

530.59 

1,782.00 

92.45 














146,823.69 


258,210.10 


29,804.82 


15,452.93 


6,083.00 


5,166.49 


1,480.37 


19,476.77 


3,767.30 


6,823.26 


1,207.20 


542.60 


392.06 


1,247.01 


461.03 


2,448.39 


















2,995 

274 

32 


9,229 

405 

31 


509 

114 

20 


312 

72 
2 


99 

47 

1 


166 

12 

2 


68 
3 


435 

116 

17 








3,301 


9,665 


643 


386 


147 


180 


71 


568 



338 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Etobicoke 
Twp. 


Exeter 
1,597 


Fergus 
2,520 


Fonthill 
808 


Forest 


Population 


1,496 




Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

118,138.64 

17,000.43 

14,503.56 

3,910.90 

13,437.00 


$ c. 

11,860.42 

5,384.47 

3,691.59 

553.57 

2,231.18 

336.07 

847.10 


$ c. 

16,574.72 

6,860.23 

14,442.79 

817.24 

2,773.28 


$ c. 

5,091.36 

1,293.81 

326.82 

235.83 

1,065.00 


$ c. 

10,588.91 

5,397.78 

3,941.35 

977.66 


Commercial light service 


Commercial power service 


Municipal power 


Street lighting 


2,321.00 


Merchandise 


Miscellaneous 


642.53 


4.50 




644 . 82 








Total earnings 


167,633.06 


24,904.40 


41,472.76 


8,012.82 


23,871.52 




Expenses 
Power purchased 


106,291.25 


14,282.07 


29,015.00 


4,056.13 


14,069.11 


Substation operation 


Substation maintenance 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


6,691.55 

595.12 

1,161.21 


578.35 

19.42 

136.63 


1,296.43 

23.70 

474.99 


215.69 


1,874.29 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 




187.61 


Consumers' premises expenses 


1.40 
167.03 




Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


1,288.41 


197.24 


375.58 
2.41 
658.70 
669.12 
169.26 
393.78 
911.02 

1,155.14 

1,644.00 


258.98 


Promotion of business 


1.59 


Billing and collecting 


4,940.03 

4,469.36 

1,651.29 

743.19 

10,738.89 

12,832.31 

11,422.00 


706.29 

1,505.65 

57.09 

14.94 

366.05 

1,058.92 
1,467.00 


565.73 

90.88 
9.98 


663.89 


General office, salaries and expenses.. 
Undistributed expenses 


1,826.43 
161.23 


Truck operation and maintenance 


162.82 


Interest 


924.22 

1,133.94 

504.00 


210.99 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


1,165.14 


Depreciation. .. 


1,444.00 


Other reserves 
















Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


162,824.61 


20,389.65 


36,7 89.13 


7,669.00 


22,026.08 






Net surplus 


4,808.45 


4,514.75 


4,683.63 


343.82 


1,845.44 


Net loss 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


3,542 

228 
30 


445 
114 

8 


639 

115 

14 


201 
29 

4 


460 


Commercial light service 


112 


Power service 


21 






Total 


3,800 


567 


768 


234 


593 







1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



339 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31,. 1935 



Gait 
13,715 


George- 
town 
2,203 


Glencoe 
833 


Goderich 
4,383 


Granton 
P.V. 


Guelph 

20,882 


Hagers- 
ville 
1,399 


Hamilton 
154,276 


$ c. 

93,965.69 

41,721.12 

89,203.83 

4,565.11 


$ c. 

14,844.88 
5,832.22 

22,469.59 

495.98 

2,153.20 


$ c. 

5,414.90 
3,213.47 
1,689.64 
1,366.24 
1,948.00 
29.85 
52.11 


$ c. 

30,719.64 

14,206.25 

12,202.66 

3,200.09 

3,809.50 


$ c. 

1,911.17 

1,179.97 

733.74 


$ c. 

112,426.09 
54,545.35 

111,174.44 
14,873.30 
18,622.02 


$ c. 

5,033.46 
4,611.55 
9,991.60 


$ c. 

945,673.01 

388,008.63 

1,723,118.74 

45,308.07 


20,621.00 
417.90 


370.00 


2,026.50 


123,956.32 


3,095.88 


340.77 


185.25 


194.89 


1,353.49 


742.59 


61,296.37 


253,590.53 


46,136.64 


13,714.21 


64,323.39 


4,389.77 


312,994.69 


22,405.70 


3,287,361.14 


159,510.33 
4,179.34 


35,130.22 


8,457.95 


41,139.36 
1,619.72 


3,247.14 


228,247.21 
3,344.84 


17,257.33 


2,279,280.32 
57,468.58 


186.36 








3,283.66 


3,319.24 
631.31 


1,204.57 

117.62 

292.20 

26.65 

369.20 


233.61 


2,199.22 

48.00 

515.54 


8.18 


7,332.59 
726.74 

4,039.33 
452.39 

6,470.72 
1,265.14 
6,919.82 
11,660.68 
964.83 
1,146.36 
2,487.50 

1,103.55 

16,250.00 

594.39 


1,754.12 
107.75 
217.48 


27,132.61 

2,737.78 


2,745.13 


37.31 


18.36 


19,675.75 
11,917.01 


2,443.75 
1,182.10 


337.05 


468.09 

94.24 

2,000.24 

1,796.57 

146.47 

135.02 

2,510.29 

2,464.81 

5,550.00 


36.28 


338.56 


13,632.97 
15,334.02 


3,991.70 

8,157.18 

2,038.93 

394.74 


1,568.17 
899.05 
176.58 
650.12 
121.46 

860.02 

2,129.00 


394.95 

401.21 

57.80 


189.07 
59.33 
16.76 


668.23 
679.13 
81.57 
420.35 
140.21 

251.60 

1,162.00 


51,834.75 
42,444.06 
38,946.84 


13,333.82 

: . 19,880. 77 

23,972.00 


413.85 

1,092.39 

937.00 

225.00 


127.14 
133.91 
244.00 


194,333.66 
295,724.88 
133,272.65 














245,966.70 


43,544.86 


12,588.12 


60,687.57 


4,080.17 


293,006.09 


23,078.33 


3,187,019.54 


7,623.83 


2,591.78 


1,126.09 


3,635.82 


309.60 


19,988.60 




100,341.60 




672.63 


















3,626 
489 
112 


680 
134 

27 


216 

83 

6 


1,175 

223 

21 


81 
34 

1 


5,101 
789 
136 


340 

108 
14 


37,590 
5,039 
1,270 


4,227 


841 


305 


1,419 


116 


6,026 


462 


43,899 



340 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality. 
Population... 



Harriston 
1,329 



Harrow 
934 



Hensall 
697 



Hespeler 

2,853 



Highgate 
334 



Earnings 



c. 



c. 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service.... 
Commercial power service. 

Municipal power 

Street lighting 

Merchandise 

Miscellaneous 



7,846.54 
4,847.39 
5,389.73 
468.74 
1,551.00 



7,703.30 
3,586.11 
3,625.24 



1,299.00 



4,217.34 

1,867.18 

2,571.66 

35.18 

996.00 



$ 

16,339.05 
5,548.43 

42,157.87 
1,319.67 
3,107.00 



$ c. 

1,813.45 
937.39 

1,195.49 

38.14 

567.00 



11.82 



26.99 



291.69 



588.74 



103.38 



Total earnings. 



20,115.22 



16,240.64 



9,979.05 



69,060.76 



4,654.85 



Expenses 



Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses.. 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 



11,601.97 



12,088.14 



6,609.01 



51,092.89 
378.57 



2,883.13 



1,405.64 
81.26 



136.58 



261.68 



101.57 
29.37 

165.19 



360.94 
4.70 



2,593.40 
119.70 
235.23 



15.71 



119.88 



124.35 



353.77 



50.20 



Depreciation.... 
Other reserves. 



853.39 

152.78 

40.26 

72.04 

471.93 

799.32 

1,037.00 



555.53 

488.71 
17.20 



290.43 

492.16 

67.17 



461.97 

584.19 

761.00 

12.00 



378.74 
492.22 
676.00 



804.52 

1,284.39 

497.06 

411.64 

1,747.81 

1,984.46 

2,579.00 

50.00 



327.86 

132.40 

16.51 



361.00 



Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 



16,777.27 



15,401.45 



9,495.72 



64,132.44 



3,906.69 



Net surplus. 
Net loss 



3,337.95 



839.19 



483.33 



4,928.32 



748.16 



Number of Consumers 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service. 
Power service 



Total. 



338 
99 
13 

450 



258 

74 

3 

335 



185 
52 
14 

251 



706 

109 

26 

841 



96 

37 

6 

139 



1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



341 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1935 



Humber- 
stone 

2,487 


Ingersoll 
4,919 


Jarvis 
535 


Kings ville 
2,354 


Kitchener 
31,328 


Lambeth 
P.V. 


La Salle 
671 


Leaming- 
ton 
5,004 


$ c. 

9,196.49 
3,351.72 
3,449.76 


$ c. 

31,689.82 

15,302.93 

26,770.70 

1,973.54 

4,851.48 
278.48 
598.46 


$ c. 

2,530.74 
1,831.90 
3,769.97 


$ c. 

14,040.44 
5,904.22 
3,293.52 
1,175.47 
2,973.96 


$ c. 

202,185.59 

102,880.42 

226,228.44 

21,385.25 

32,330.30 


$ c. 

3,360.34 
1,461.58 


$ c. 

5,367.42 
1,386.16 
2,444.97 


$ c. 

29,290.23 
14,775.60 
13,134.57 




517.30 
432.00 


5,416.72 


1,367.00 


840.00 


495.00 


5,782.98 


290.24 


44.01 


1,167.64 


5,501.42 


71.91 


106.32 


1,005.51 


17,655.21 


81,465.41 


9,016.62 


28,555.25 


590,511.42 


5,843.13 


9,799.87 


69,405.61 


9,766.78 


60,408.20 
452.39 


5,789.62 


16,170.15 


448,998.95 
6,889.20 
3,417.94 

12,202.41 

661.69 

5,943.76 

1,489.47 

7,041.73 

541.97 

13,475.34 

16,287.89 

3,192.36 

2,328.02 

9,093.98 

16,209.85 

32,319.00 


4,099.43 


6,754.81 


42,024.36 














1,159.14 
73.00 


3,264.41 

484.91 

756.78 

31.40 

462.00 

374.82 

1,798.65 

4,287.74 

247.55 

446.63 

3,550.86 


67.72 


1,648,75 

52.50 

671.15 

162.30 

1,153.71 


230.59 

90.01 

42.65 

1.25 

25.98 


283.88 


2,851.69 


67.45 




143.53 


602.31 






10.89 


277.89 


35.63 

41.00 

507.21 

60.47 

• 18.91 


14.00 


1,059.97 


611.79 

262.58 

51.35 

119.12 


1,479.80 

1,216.74 

349.54 

325.92 

1,692.66 

758.85 

1,988.00 

48.82 


243.51 

54.00 

1.98 


366.75 

357.89 

68.60 


1,869.99 

2,994.60 

648.09 

462.43 


1,019.92 


267.89 
542.67 
423.00 




648.05 

711.88 

868.00 

35.00 


1,865.84 


1,400.00 




2,336.80 


987.00 


3,828.00 


357.00 


3,554.00 
75.00 














15,796.02 


80,394.34 


7,754.12 


27,718.89 


580,093.56 


5,146.40 


10,252.39 


60,355.97 


1,859.19 


1,071.07 


1,262.50 


836.36 


10,417.86 


696.73 




9,049.64 




452.52 


















531 

62 

5 


1,338 

242 

43 


128 

43 

3 


708 

171 

13 


7,240 

1,006 

264 


111 

28 

1 


173 
16 

4 


1,346 

244 
28 


598 


1,623 


174 


892 


8,510 


140 


193 


1,618 



342 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Listowel 
2,755 


London 

73,880 


London 
Twp. 


Long 

Branch 

3,776 


Lucan 


Population 


604 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

17,163.89 
8,524.24 

12,439.98 
1,610.20 
3,840.60 


$ c. 

540,809.37 

203,250.80 

341,427.45 

61,497.62 

54,843.84 

4,799.64 

36,494.45 


$ c. 

11,682.22 
2,452.07 
1,722.31 


$ c. 

25,334.02 

5,905.63 

1,289.94 

988.98 

3,741.37 


$ c. 
4,392.40 


Commercial light service 


1,762.57 


Commercial power service 


302.18 


Municipal power 




Street lighting . 


856.50 


994.02 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


1,082.10 


531.65 


96.15 


289.13 






Total earnings 


44,661.01 


1,243,123.17 


17,244.75 


37,356.09 


7,740.30 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


30,622.17 
59.06 


834,801.16 
15,601.74 

12,881.27 

21,559.51 
3,697.23 

19,665.99 
5,913.74 

16,089.95 
20,503.59 
28,751.19 
38,355.94 
7,447.78 
3,231.52 
42,565.48 

68,702.29 

98,735.31 

7,491.73 


12,503.80 


19,520.84 


4,728.94 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 








Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


2,260.78 

90.38 

407.07 


473.22 


3,062.23 

20.13 

637.56 


588.95 


Line transformer maintenance 


57.58 


Meter maintenance 


201.09 


75.85 


Consumers' premises expenses 




Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


356.07 


178.34 


462.22 


127.31 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 


842.72 
695.77 
137.54 
220.34 
352.79 

1,924.55 

2,754.00 


619.59 

584.66 

5.44 


1,735.98 

2,099.43 

545.76 


636.21 


General office, salaries and expenses.. 
Undistributed expenses 


313.89 
50.08 


Truck operation and maintenance 




Interest 


432.37 
532.93 

776.00 


1,654.11 
2,113.26 
2,327.00 


204.80 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


285.27 


Depreciation 


679.00 


Other reserves 














Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


40,723.24 


1,245,995.42 


16,307.44 


34,178.52 


7,747.88 






Net surplus 


3,937.77 




937.31 


3,177.57 




Net loss 


2,872.25 


7.58 








Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


736 

150 
21 


16,902 
2,759 

468 


355 
23 

4 


1,155 

111 

5 


171 


Commercial light service 


42 


Power service 


6 






Total 


907 


20,129 


382 


1,271 


219 







1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



343 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1935 



Lynden 
P.V. 


Markham 
1,092 


Merlin 
P.V. 


Merritton 
2,557 


Milton 
1,775 


Milverton 
996 


Mimico 
6,733 


Mitchell 
1,526 


$ c. 

2,135.02 
698.22 
770.60 


$ c. 

7,119.53 
2,728.17 
2,450.69 
436.62 
1,344.00 


$ c. 

2,215.32 

1,514.97 

950.20 


$ c. 

12,238.94 

2,519.76 

77,480.33 


$ c. 

11,578.66 
5,543.41 
8,926.65 


$ c. 

5,265.84 

3,043.51 

2,308.36 

551.80 

999.00 


$ c. 

58,291.99 

10,732.40 

3,328.93 

7,411.21 

7,005.34 


$ c. 

10,882.39 

4,709.69 

3,483.48 

906.19 


430.00 


688.00 


3,368.50 


2,037.96 

73.78 

1,278.49 


2,088.00 
1,235.17 




228.58 


309.19 




96.87 




1,110.56 










4,033.84 


14,307.59 


5,677.68 


95,607.53 


29,438.95 


12,265.38 


86,769.87 


24,415.48 


2,861.05 


8,368.32 


3,259.68 


82,602.88 
296.18 


20,828.16 
240.00 


8,400.73 


55,222.57 


14,719.97 
124.43 










104.53 

5,675.19 

133.44 

1,749.81 

13.43 

1,111.34 




54.49 


1,187.90 


244.06 

1.03 

27.65 


2,163.69 


1,553.27 


225.16 


940.62 
45.55 






513.59 
33.70 

728.37 


86.40 
22.81 

238.54 


121.67 


576.79 






15.83 


56.36 


118.29 


67.86 


117.13 


396.39 


118.79 




283.70 

179.74 

1.83 


1,000.50 

1,603.91 

150.49 

542.71 

887.71 

1,673.63 
2,128.00 


869.46 
1,929.45 
163.93 
448.52 
448.65 

778.99 

1,906.23 


692.90 
275.76 

187.82 


1,795.89 

1,687.23 

184.19 

312.68 

4,454.17 

5,975.27 

5,732.00 


760.92 


65.71 
26.87 


753.76 


1,845.17 
1,126.55 




243.50 
46.73 

413.51 

820.00 


284.74 


133.53 
171.63 


422.21 

754.79 

384.00 

23.40 


56.12 
751.96 
725.00 


8.92 


290.00 


3,304.00 
















3,778.43 


11,952.01 


5,649.95 


94,325.36 


29,514.41 


11,554.25 


84,151.74 


24,149.88 


255.41 


2,355.58 


27.73 


1,282.17 




711.13 


2,618.13 


265.60 




75.46 


















84 
20 

1 


283 
70 

8 


J09 
43 

1 


640 

65 

9 


455 

106 
17 


228 

75 

6 


1,768 

137 

20 


441 

113 

23 


105 


361 


153 


714 


578 


309 


1,925 


577 



344 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Moore- 
field 
P.V. 


Mount 

Brydges 

P.V. 


Newbury 
265 


New 

Hamburg 

1,449 


New 


Population 


Toronto 
7,861 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

1,149.17 

637.63 

1,236.32 


$ c. 

2,791.27 
829.97 
831.44 


$ c. 

1,289.69 
751.44 
735.49 


$ c. 

9,814.31 
4,258.70 
5,154.35 


$ c. 
35,982.94 


Commercial light service 


14,241.59 


Commercial power service 


117,478.50 
12,757.81 


Municipal power 


Street lighting 


375.00 


537.00 


705.00 


2,217.00 
171.51 
174.98 


8,697.48 


Merchandise 


Miscellaneous 


42.02 


203.21 


12.45 


19.30 






Total earnings 


3,440.14 


5,192.89 


3,494.07 


21,790.85 


189,177.62 




Expenses 
Power purchased 


2,462.99 


3,594.82 


2,151.00 


14,352.98 
179.97 


162,879.37 


Substation operation 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


7.40 


92.81 


237.11 


307.97 

4.53 

329.82 


4,027.53 


Line transformer maintenance 


297.25 


Meter maintenance 




133.62 




1,780.95 


Consumers' premises expenses 








Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


24.48 


36.96 


80.17 


344.10 


1,946.25 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 




173.62 

113.69 

18.36 




676.00 
1,236.33 
102.17 
194.18 
297.16 

873.76 

1,336.00 


2,979.40 


General office, salaries and expenses.. 
Undistributed expenses 


171.22 


119.77 
15.75 


5,336.92 
1,551.53 


Truck operation and maintenance 




597.46 


Interest 


60.27 
325.14 
199.00 


120.38 
169.98 
325.00 


234.00 
500.00 
309.00 


188.70 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


335.46 


Depreciation 


5,683.00 


Other reserves 
















Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


3,250.50 


4,779.24 


3,646.80 


20,234.97 


187,603.82 






Net surplus 


189.64 


413.65 




1,555.88 


1,573.80 


Net loss 


152.73 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


59 

25 

2 


135 

37 

3 


65 

23 

2 


343 

96 
12 


1,516 


Commercial light service 


181 


Power service 


37 






Total 


86 


175 


90 


451 


1,734 







1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



345 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1935 



Niagara 
Falls 
18,060 


Niagara-on- 

the-Lake 

1,569 


North York 
Twp. 


Norwich 
1,174 


Oil 

Springs 

463 


Otter- 
ville 
P.V. 


Palmerston 
1,470 


Paris 

4,330 


$ c. 

149,339.63 
57,096.90 
63,424.47 
18,048.89 


$ c. 

14,262.48 
3,750.82 
1,002.90 
2,040.51 
2,871.74 
779.68 
436.39 


$ c. 

110,011.37 

17,120.86 

27,718.87 

5,124.62 

3,743.84 


$ c. 

8,199.02 

3,592.40 

1,387.01 

722.51 

2,120.00 

613.50 

197.50 


$ c. 

1,555.87 
1,305.00 
7,568.99 


$ c. 

2,204.62 

1,598.82 

501.89 

111.50 

786.00 


$ c. 

9,421.62 
4,928.57 
4,838.70 
2,081.01 
1,992.93 


$ c. 

23,387.18 
8,048.43 

12,164.21 
1,304.86 


27,200.85 


760.50 

2.82 
448.15 


5,450.50 


61.50 


1,627.84 


64.91 


64.84 


2,280.52 


315,172.24 


25,144.52 


165,347.40 


16,831.94 


11,641.33 


5,267.74 


23,327.67 


52,635.70 


192,954.13 
9,099.47 


13,192.70 


92,269.66 


10,640.64 


7,220.58 


3,392.03 


14,535.12 


33,170.77 
640.61 














546.19 

964.44 
116.55 
330.64 




7,293.82 
698.98 


2,257.92 

5.59 

264.59 

64.60 

541.36 


6,705.74 
372.68 
980.19 
209.77 

838.11 


1,330.22 


735.24 


63.40 

6.52 

112.97 


3,614.22 
13.99 


6,619.65 
610.05 


266.27 
1.23 

251.43 


183.77 


842.41 


3,817.33 


97.93 


86.97 


521.30 


592.71 
69.88 


7,603.72 
9,134.37 
4,049.37 
2,940.29 


965.80 

945.90 

67.97 

362.05 

1,124.89 

1,059.29 

1,682.00 


4,119.95 
4,357.34 
2,062.66 
2,568.31 
19,421.94 

17,698.11 

12,415.00 


401.44 

463.62 

88.25 

83.02 

279.80 

623.27 

882.00 


358.89 

194.77 

62.46 


312.19 
40.59 
18.18 


525.87 
572.72 
102.80 
124.91 
223.93 

973.42 

1,218.00 


1,363.75 

1,488.22 

283.00 

336.27 


18,048.64 
27,302.56 
24,468.00 


845.70 
775.94 
746.00 


31.64 
370.18 
469.00 


493.28 

775.24 

5,330.00 

98.83 


















314,640.38 


22,534.66 


164,019.46 


15,311.19 


11,221.28 


4,903.67 


20,755.89 


49,113.18 


531.86 


2,609.86 


1,327.94 


1,520.75 


420.05 


364.07 


2,571.78 


3,522.52 


















4,545 
673 

87 


481 
82 
11 


3,107 

242 

36 


342 

88 
6 


76 
31 
32 


109 

45 

3 


378 
96 
12 


1,055 

180 

23 


5,305 


574 


3,385 


436 


139 


157 


486 


1,258 



346 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Parkhill 
1,023 


Petrolia 
2,664 


Plattsville 
P.V. 


Point 

Edward 

1,222 


Port 


Population 


Colborne 
5,680 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

4,954.75 

3,107.98 

212.91 

577.97 

1,437.00 


$ c. 

11,988.51 

6,264.06 

23,005.59 


$ c. 

2,584.50 

1,024.07 

905.33 


$ c. 

5,716.70 

1,699.01 

31,291.68 


$ c. 

29,956.60 

13,547.19 

6,850.98 

6,817.27 


Commercial light service 


Commercial power service 


Municipal power 


Street lighting 


2,652.00 
122.61 
538.58 


408.00 


1,599.96 


7,905.94 
144.25 


Merchandise 


Miscellaneous 




1.09 


710.32 










Total earnings 


10,290.61 


44,571.35 


4,922.99 


41,017.67 


65,222.23 




Expenses 
Power purchased 


6,937.18 


26,950.16 


2,887.85 


36,799.23 


35,985.72 


Substation operation 






54.49 

2,884.79 
201.91 
726.34 








Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


184.91 


40.79 


153.80 

59.90 

254.01 


2,105.89 


Line transformer maintenance 


289.15 


Meter maintenance 


172.41 


92.86 


499.10 


Consumers' premises expenses 




Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


164.23 


539.93 


20.18 


139.64 


2,250.91 


Promotion of business 


21.38 


Billing and collecting 


276.04 
79.30 
69.14 


566.63 

2,499.21 

223.16 

362.04 

1,220.28 

2,500.14 

3,047.00 

500.00 


170.15 

4.46 

21.51 




1,775.32 


General office, salaries and expenses.. 
Undistributed expenses 


1,861.75 
18.49 


3,568.38 
185.13 


Truck operation and maintenance 


902.60 


Interest 


301.25 
828.71 
742.00 


131.56 
209.11 
285.00 


435.91 
1,062.57 
1,116.00 


3,910.31 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


7,507.61 


Depreciation 


4,636.00 


Other reserves 














Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


9,755.17 


42,276.08 


3,863.47 


41,901.30 


63,637.50 






Net surplus 


535.44 


2,295.27 


1,059.52 




1,584.73 


Net loss 


883.63 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


244 

78 
3 


710 

165 

58 


98 
25 

1 


306 

46 

9 


1,322 


Commercial light service 


239 


Power service 


21 






Total 


325 


933 


124 


361 


1,582 







1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



347 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1935 



Port 
Credit 
1,670 


Port 

Dalhousie 

1,410 


Port 
Dover 
1,692 


Port 

Rowan 

644 


Port 

Stanley 

759 


Preston 
6,274 


Princeton 
P.V. 


Queenston 
P.V. 


$ c. 

13,319.36 
5,411.38 
2,198.30 


$ c. 

14,363.97 
2,536.15 
5,863.41 


$ c. 

7,370.72 
3,950.08 
4,945.58 
50.61 
2,930.00 


$ c. 

3,431.57 

1,703.35 

&7.01 


$ c. 

13,286.59 

3,683.71 

3,494.02 

779.67 

2,306.30 


$ c. 

36,995.45 

16,755.64 

37,043.71 

1,088.96 

5,012.00 


$ c. 

2,075.03 

700.94 

2,999.55 


$ c. 

3,296.19 
984.64 


1,182.53 




2,730.00 


1,636.25 


1,242.00 


481.00 


304.42 


377.91 






7.20 


467.13 


1,461.56 




32.00 












25,219.48 


24,399.78 


19,246.99 


6,471.13 


24,017.42 


98,357.32 


6,256.52 


4,617.25 


18,479.03 


16,672.57 


10,574.50 


3,047.60 


13,619.04 


66,641.40 

4,269.36 

10.35 

2,298.66 

447.51 

910.70 

89.82 

1,193.02 
160.45 

1,685.00 

3,001.17 
267.06 
396.61 

2,357.44 

4,201.77 

8,720.00 

400.00 


4,229.20 


2,691.84 
















1,417.89 
91.97 


1,846.20 

34.48 

276.23 

4.70 

252.71 


1,577.35 
110.82 
333.76 


18.40 


2,620.45 

24.78 
88.09 


35.91 
13.25 
60.79 


51.00 
1.50 


228.15 




16.05 


10.00 






442.18 


598.82 
219.58 
659.77 
692.02 
34.92 


34.01 


170.51 


50.00 


30.08 


699.39 


607.20 
792.28 
51.41 
353.75 
562.58 

1,228.76 

985.00 


92.63 

97.48 


764.71 
717.87 
77.43 
220.17 
327.24 

905.58 

1,371.00 


182.32 

29.33 

2.05 




327.95 
27.46 


309.51 








366.18 

589.95 

1,564.00 

150.00 


468.90 
1,290.70 
1,360.00 


666.23 
449.63 
347.00 


85.00 
141.76 
265.00 


294.25 
521.19 
358.00 
















24,394.15 


23,667.87 


17,921.14 


4,752.98 


20,906.87 


97,050.32 


5,094.61 


4,273.42 


825.33 


731.91 


1,325.85 


1,718.15 


3,110.55 


1,307.00 


1,161.91 


343.83 


















400 

78 
6 


609 
65 

14 


498 

122 

12 


107 

30 

1 


711 
97 

8 


1,461 

226 

50 


78 

20 

3 


68 
11 






484 


688 


632 


138 


816 


1,737 


101 


79 



348 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Richmond 
Hill 
1,236 


Ridgetown 
2,016 


Riverside 

4,875 


Rockwood 
P.V. 


Rodney 
729 


Population 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

6,953.69 
3,632.71 
1,966.16 

417.33 

1,389.00 

21.56 

118.18 


$ c. 

9,460.79 
5,175.80 
3,509.81 
888.20 
3,136.59 


$ c. 

37,351.98 
4,273.96 
6,031.23 
1,242.64 

2,827.54 


$ c. 

3,141.51 

1,046.25 

352.02 


$ c. 

3,379.11 
2,190.09 
2,042.81 


Commercial light service 


Commercial power service 


Municipal power 


Street lighting 


765.75 


991.98 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


536.03 


225.56 


44.96 


47.53 






Total earnings 


14,498.63 


22,707.22 


51,952.91 


5,350.49 


8,651.52 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


10,541.67 


14,738.31 


30,976.36 


3,447.44 


5,527.52 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


1,144.92 


1,105.68 
114.86 
189.42 
•16.64 

468.74 

82.22 

885.66 

863.32 

57.58 


351.31 

34.13 

582.11 

1,008.00 

544.68 

375.81 

3,500.00 

1,764.28 

797.90 

604.50 

2,989.16 

4,225.27 

4,168.00 


140.76 


240.08 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 




15.10 


50.32 


Consumers' premises expenses 






Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


315.00 


75.86 
0.31 


67.70 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 


826.40 

348.01 

8.00 


401.67 


General office, salaries and expenses.. 
Undistributed expenses 


497.56 


311.72 
19.35 


Truck operation and maintenance 






Interest 


181.27 
418.77 
585.00 


363.92 

401.87 

1,405.00 


107.61 

87.52 

452.00 


286.76 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


307.61 


Depreciation.... 


430.00 


Other reserves 
















Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


14,369.04 


20,693.22 


51,921.51 


4,824.16 


7,642.73 






Net surplus 


129.59 


2,014.00 


31.40 


526.33 


1,008.79 


Net loss 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


339 

68 
17 


558 

144 

20 


1,147 

47 
6 


138 

35 

2 


203 


Commercial light service 


75 


Power service 


5 






Total 


424 


722 


1,200 


175 


283 







1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



349 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1935 



St. 

Catharines 

26,394 


St. Clair 

Beach 

79 


St. George 
P.V. 


St. Jacobs 
P.V. 


St. Marys 
4,038 


St. Thomas 
10,066 


Sandwich 
10,682 


Sarnia 
17,645 


$ c. 

143,885.37 

52,272.49 

112,239.90 


$ c. 

2,074.70 

2,100.02 

53.86 


$ c. 

3,128.14 
1,321.24 
2,250.52 


$ c. 

4,128.85 
1,370.88 
2,181.93 


$ c. 

29,527.11 

11,821.51 

14,676.65 

2,997.84 

4,692.66 


$ c. 

115,087.08 

50,320.47 

51,659.73 

5,929.10 

14,698.00 

735.13 

3,861.60 


$ c. 

88,166.01 
16,379.17 
13,428.61 


$ c. 

108,536.83 

48,037.26 

159,818.44 

5,364.55 


21,270.55 




370.50 


460.00 


8,436.35 


18,652.98 






747.91 


3,853.28 




78.41 


135.88 


570.51 




8,137.48 










333,521.59 


4,228.58 


7,148.81 


8,277.54 


64,286.28 


242,291.11 


126,410.14 


349,295.45 


226,466.44 
3,884.42 


2,316.74 


5,507.68 


6,368.42 


44,590.64 

1,352.94 

116.67 

1,334.53 

44.45 

1,290.08 

1.44 

988.86 

241.07 

1,185.45 

1,057.29 

665.65 

611.77 

2,133.13 

2,314.20 

4,549.00 


178,836.31 

7,399.48 

826.94 

9,216.07 

996.81 

2,479.16 

2,026.33 

2,541.47 
1,140.61 
5,557.82 
10,207.73 
5,665.58 
1,407.82 
118.18 


87,323.04 
150.52 


227,773.46 
8,717.41 










589.72 


14,683.14 
1,293.55 


91.59 


24.03 

3.75 

18.80 


26.17 


2,541.13 
669.29 

1,331.80 
675.09 

1,551.96 
511.44 
5,880.65 
5,859.34 
1,060.46 
945.66 
5,378.13 

7,220.91 

6,135.00 


7,463.29 
535.60 


4,121.50 
1,883.37 


70.86 
44.37 


16.53 


3,299.11 
809.98 


3,02a. 20 


101.58 


57.20 


5,428.40 


105.60 


7.34 

137.50 

25.76 

68.20 

67.50 

249.32 

382.09 

348.00 


3,191.51 


11,378.31 
9,784.09 
4,549.34 

988.57 


482.86 
66.66 
17.13 


282.48 

94.23 

2.25 


8,344.80 

11,674.21 

5,123.48 

1,842.20 


9,263.54 
13,699.41 


163.65 
240.43 
326.00 


76.37 
427.61 
368.00 


6,007.46 
22,897.88 


17,644.00 


13,719.00 


18,891.00 
500.00 


















322,765.48 


3,809.27 


6,952.57 


7,719.26 


62,477.17 


242,139.31 


127,234.42 


333,089.51 


10,756.11 


419.31 


196.24 


558.28 


1,809.11 


151.80 




16,205.94 




824.28 


















6,449 
715 
143 


43 
3 
1 


136 

36 

3 


116 

27 

7 


1,000 

179 

34 


4,089 
629 

78 


2,557 
206 

28 


4,576 
626 

84 


7,307 


47 


175 


150 


1,213 


4,796 


2,791 


5,286 



350 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 

NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality. 
Population .... 



Scarboro' 
Twp. 



Seaforth 
1,697 



Simcoe 
5,317 



Springfield 
380 



Stamford 
Twp. 



Earnings 

Domestic service 

Commercial light service... 
Commercial power service 

Municipal power 

Street lighting 

Merchandise 

Miscellaneous 



$ c. 

98,499.04 
19,996.06 
10,329.53 
12,086.57 
14,396.96 



1,081.56 



$ 

10,323 

5,502 

5,236 

758 

1,853 

564 

10 



$ c. 

22,784.27 

25,782.43 

25,234.49 

2,338.51 

4,539.20 



1,779.48 

746.98 

2,137.63 



1,203.78 



561.00 
233.75 



56,380.59 
7,241.24 
9,668.46 
1,900.12 
7,734.75 
1,607.70 
264.58 



Total earnings. 



156,389.72 



24,249.79 



81,882.68 



5,458.84 



84,797.44 



Expenses 

Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses.. 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 



85,956.54 
104.45 



15,677.19 
150.00 



46,442.32 
898.36 



3,917.78 



45,349.96 
859.53 



5,993.43 

1,151.72 

3,172.12 

22.99 

2,256.31 



1,637.48 

89.92 

142.77 

•4.00 

311.15 



Depreciation.... 
Other reserves. 



6,022.74 
5,278.19 
1,938.65 
1,763.18 
9,626.30 

14,998.90 

11,562.00 



751.40 
653.74 
447.60 
210.99 



1,902.00 



4,281.70 

231.63 

1,402.81 

91.76 

951.97 

632.54 

1,801.23 

2,979.23 

540.11 

542.99 

2,152.66 

3,266.50 

3,618.00 



18.02 

4.00 

131.64 



31 


98 


256 


73 


124 


50 


1 


48 



196.33 
187.73 
366.00 



3,590.17 

8.73 

1,211.83 

631.26 

1,281.98 
884.81 
3,073.75 
4,339.12 
1,148.44 
1,232.86 
8,825.99 

11,681.21 

6,235.00 



Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 



149,847.52 



21,978.24 



69,833.81 



5,236.19 



90,354.64 



Net surplus. 
Net loss 



6,542.20 



2,271.55 



12,048.87 



222.65 



5,557.20 



Number of Consumers 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service. 
Power service 



4,573 

362 

37 



481 

123 

17 



1,244 

321 

35 



1,686 

103 

13 



Total 



4,972 



621 



1,600 



131 



1,802 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



351 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1935 



Stouffville 
1,169 


Stratford 
17,456 


Strathroy 

2,875 


Streets- 
ville 
671 


Sutton 
812 


Tavistock 
1,033 


Tecumseh 
2,526 


Thames- 
ford 
P.V. 


$ c. 

7,083.72 
3,011.58 


$ c. 

149,041.81 
53,473.27 
52,494.55 
10,409.45 
16,507.96 
598.65 
9,691.52 


$ c. 

20,525.08 

10,237.98 

12,991.65 

1,105.95 

4,050.96 

104.59 

1,454.76 


$ c. 
5,230.68 


$ c. 

7,477.14 

2,914.29 

994.86 


$ c. 

6,944.33 
2,279.37 
9,227.09 
475.98 
1,263.66 


$ c. 

14,134.00 
3,913.54 
1,667.67 


$ c. 

2,629.32 
1,402.33 


831.77 


2,943.30 


1,477.34 


1,638.00 


935.50 


1,966.00 


1,140.00 


517.00 


301.28 


647.66 


25.81 


239.79 




370.61 








12,866.35 


292,217.21 


50,470.97 


9,757.14 


13,378.10 


20,430.22 


20,855.21 


6,396.60 


7,890.86 


188,636.80 
4,429.01 
1,559.78 

5,590.59 
134.54 

3,224.44 
210.41 

2,383.16 

749.53 

5,430.22 

8,298.10 

3,151.23 

977.64 

20,675.00 

9,239.60 

21,202.00 

600.00 


29,421.96 
313.50 
139.78 

1,185.57 

344.49 

773.79 

1.20 

692.99 

1,077.88 
801.53 

1,885.62 
244.34 
372.12 

1,720.03 

1,604.95 

3,381.00 

58.47 


3,820.13 

966.40 

12.09 

443.97 
26.18 
69.40 


8,407.95 


16,105.21 


9,851.48 


4,565.49 












743.12 


293.72 


431.63 
14.00 
39.97 


466.17 

24.93 

575.38 

381.85 

362.98 
85.45 
1,731.30 
300.63 
385.51 
534.50 
955.09 

1,496.86 

1,564.00 


246.18 
80.63 






3.72 








183.14 


159.41 


207.82 


125.84 


65.53 




634.43 

195.31 

24.01 




567.01 

222.59 

47.10 


122.54 


367.35 


668.72 


141.19 
22.71 








277.01 

1,098.06 

597.00 


928.02 

1,709.78 

592.00 

40.26 


817.89 

1,498.80 

907.00 


172.98 
217.33 
840.00 


64.15 
134.93 
462.00 












11,156.54 


276,492.05 


44,019.22 


9,621.39 


12,801.90 


18,783.66 


18,716.13 


5,909.07 


1,709.81 


15,725.16 


6,451.75 


135.75 


576.20 


1,646.56 


2,139.08 


487.53 


















346 

78 


4,305 
620 
128 


806 

169 

26 


205 


406 

76 

5 


259 

77 

7 


520 

47 
3 


121 
41 


4 


4 


7 


428 


5,053 


1,001 


209 


487 


343 


570 


169 



352 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Thames- 
ville 
710 


Thedford 
575 


Thorn- 
dale 
P.V. 


Thorold 
4,954 


Tilbury 


Population 


1,937 






Earnings 
Domestic service. . . . 


$ c. 

3,704.13 
2,562.53 
1,169.42 
239.50 
1,200.00 


$ c. 

3,006.75 
1,850.68 
1,118.60 


$ c. 

1,476.68 
934.68 
223.01 


$ c. 

19,391.31 
6,902.28 

31,730.60 
4,201.13 
3,301.00 


$ c. 
7,004.30 


Commercial light service 


8,825.56 


Commercial power service.... 


9,651.40 


Municipal power .. 


225.00 


Street lighting 


1,035.00 


384.00 


1,604.04 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


287.94 


47.58 


16.33 


432.52 


493.30 






Total earnings 


9,163.52 


7,058.61 


3,034.70 


65,958.84 


27,803.60 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


6,180.72 


4,252.03 


2,285.03 


47,159.59 
2,374.29 


18,439.37 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


413.41 


129.59 


65.85 


2,545.85 

19.52 

567.84 

47.80 

607.36 


1,563.19 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 


145.48 


13.12 


1.90 


84.10 


Consumers' premises expenses.... 




Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


194.20 


84.96 


60.30 


349.48 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 


262.09 

225.66 

16.41 


207.67 

108.32 

12.19 


30.95 

27.65 

0.96 


1,412.77 

1,091.24 

417.20 

374.95 


784 . 93 


General office, salaries and expenses- 
Undistributed expenses 


942.74 
149.51 


Truck operation and maintenance. 


173.12 


Interest 


214.85 

239.20 

791.00 

37.18 


481.83 
956.72 
410.00 


67.94 

95.99 

245.00 


359.18 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures- 




716.05 


Depreciation 


2,812.35 


1,145.00 


Other reserves 


128.53 












Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


8,720.20 


6,656.43 


2,881.57 


59,430.76 


24,835.20 






Net surplus 


443.32 


402.18 


153.13 


6,528.08 


2,968.40 


Net loss ... 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


218 

76 

6 


131 

43 

3 


66 

21 

1 


1,094 

166 

16 


440 


Commercial light service 


138 


Power service 


13 






Total 


300 


177 


88 


1,276 


591 







1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



353 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1935 



Tillson- 
burg 
3,453 


Toronto 
623,562 


Toronto 
Twp. 


Trafalgar 

Twp. 
Area No. 1 


Trafalgar 

Twp. 
Area No. 2 


Walkerville 
9,968 


Wallaceburg 
4,630 


$ c. 

15,575.05 
13,083.77 


$ c. 

4,081,343.34 
3,085,270.24 
3,480,567.81 
1,294,169.05 
537,402.34 


$ c. 

63,295.61 

14,329.80 

9,705.70 


$ c. 

13,541.51 
697.11 
669.66 


$ c. 
5,863.90 


$ c. 

107,948.59 

31,004.81 

175,568.06 


$ c. 

19,288.38 
10,711.55 


10,465.44 




52,697.82 


759.46 




1,923.92 


4,386.38 


4,987.20 






12,302.04 
1,497.22 
2,299.37 


4,170.00 


366.78 








470.00 


259,132.20 


1,288.57 


357.17 




1,458.87 








45,106.88 


12,737,884.98 


93,606.88 


15,265.45 


5,863.90 


330,620.09 


90,250.54 


26,901.14 
899.33 


6,844,845.33 
209,542.58 
252,942.04 

314,726.20 

30,156.68 

101,130.27 

263,983.30 

107,863.14 
151,348.99 
334,586.69 
372,535.62 
"155,866.11 


57,043.16 


7,312.00 


2,697.25 


255,804.40 

6,097.72 

776.14 

5,108.64 

442.93 

2,541.18 

6,379.63 

3,291.79 
2,429.35 
4,851.36 
8,711.10 

7,475.27 
2,648.30 
5,169.60 

13,938.92 

17,448.00 


60,872.51 
254.80 












1,740.67 
6.90 


4,561.50 

180.44 

1,174.85 


2,048.42 


481.99 


2,837.69 
46.44 


371.18 


66.55 


28.05 


841.75 


844.91 


832.38 






737.24 








649.77 


1,036.13 


3,423.01 
4,914.86 
241.09 
1,431.01 
3,219.49 

5,759.96 

9,294.00 






2,413.04 


3,213.75 
181.53 
480.97 


1,617.96 
136.38 
459.27 
648.61 

1,033.64 

1,232.00 


554.02 
31.11 


2,847.98 

1,346.59 

745.65 


426.86 
1,127.81 


1,261,453.06 

1,323,680.93 

856,904.96 


390.51 


2,422.45 
3,073.37 


3,384.00 
200.00 


344.00 


4,968.00 
















40,815.18 


12,581,565.90 


92,075.75 


14,554.83 


4,526.93 


343,114.33 


84,057.28 


4,291.70 


156,319.08 


1,531.13 


710.62 


1,336.97 




6,193.26 




12,494.24 
















917 

213 


156,254 

24,821 

5,147 


1,957 

177 

24 


300 

2 

10 


152 


2,650 

309 

89 


1,057 

257 


31 




28 








1,161 


186,222 


2,158 


312 


152 


3,048 


1,342 



*Includes $15,000.00 provision for possible York township profit. 

12— H.E. 



354 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Wards- 
ville 

247 


Water- 
down 
932 


Waterford 
1,202 


Waterloo 

8,746 


Watford 


Population 


916 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

1,136.06 
1,112.22 


$ c. 

5,732.70 

1,677.52 

1,946.47 

200.79 

932.00 


$ c. 

6,015.29 
1,790.73 
4,256.82 
295.08 
1,512.00 


$ c. 

62,320.54 

22,227.51 

26,489.80 

3,572.10 

7,558.54 

268.70 

1,325.45 


$ c. 
6,517.92 


Commercial light service 


3,452.57 


Commercial power service 


2,362.82 


Municipal power.... 




400.72 


Street lighting 


720.00 


1,344.96 


Merchandise 


76.38 


Miscellaneous 


31.69 


37.41 


262.26 


351.92 






Total earnings 


2,999.97 


10,526.89 


14,132.18 


123,762.64 


14,507.29 


Expenses 
Power purchased 


1,656.73 


6,705.73 


10,365.77 


81,115.32 
2,345.92 
2,146.43 

3,657.11 
140.66 
907.39 
742.05 

1,350.04 


9,073.47 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


105.35 


356.08 


792.18 
30.83 
60.78 


826.77 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 


7.00 


9.10 


102.14 


Consumers' premises expenses.... 




Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


79.53 


165.60 


383.41 

46.25 

434.38 

431.15 

19.73 


68.51 


Promotion of business.... 


147.20 


Billing and collecting 




513.40 

149.60 

24.80 


3,193.31 

4,093.86 

380.33 

927.31 

2,453.78 

4,550.95 

9,180.00 

332.66 


493.14 


General office, salaries and expenses.. 
Undistributed expenses 


169.36 


613.16 
38.30 


Truck operation and maintenance 




161.18 


Interest 


235.56 
463.87 
255.00 






43.62 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 






793.17 


Depreciation 


864.00 


1,037.00 


820.00 


Other reserves 


25.00 












Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


2,972.40 


8,788.31 


13,601.48 


117,517.12 


13,205.66 






Net surplus 


27.57 


1,738.58 


530.70 


6,245.52 


1,301.63 


Net loss 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


50 

24 


228 
35 

7 


324 
68 
11 


1,882 
250 

75 


273 


Commercial light service 


75 


Power service 


5 








Total 


74 


270 


403 


2,207 


353 







1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



355 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31* 1935 



Welland 
10,585 


Wellesley 
P.V. 


West Lome 
747 


Weston 
4,958 


Wheatley 
743 


Windsor 
62,216 


Wood- 
bridge 
742 


Woodstock 
10,968 


$ c. 

52,924.14 

29,324.15 

71,648.79 

3,300.30 


$ c. 

2,728.08 
1,554.26 
1,900.11 


$ c. 

2,858.39 
1,348.01 

898.77 


$ c. 

43,507.45 

10,009.82 

36,607.10 

579.05 

7,176.25 


$ c. 

3,908.05 
2,607.04 
1,270.29 
489.94 
1,349.25 


$ c. 

527,192.45 

245,042.86 

188,584.07 

12,079.25 

76,420.41 


$ c. 

6,551.39 

1,900.53 

5,069.36 

400.82 

900.84 


$ c. 

73,740.96 

38,256.63 

54,829.37 

2,986.69 


10,893.20 
1,275.25 


720.00 


1,010.00 


8,135.34 


7,340.89 


4.65 


196.62 


762.03 


82.50 




87.95 


4,950.53 








176,706.72 


6,907.10 


6,311.79 


98,641.70 


9,707.07 


1,049,319.04 


14,910.89 


182,899.52 


99,637.81 
5,063.18 


4,494.57 


3,807.84 


76,016.01 
146.00 


6,020.23 


590,833.23 

15,832.15 

4,693.89 

19,406.40 

3,768.98 

14,453.26 

24,923.94 

16,666.76 
25,150.17 
30,245.93 
26,985.96 
19,514.43 
15,750.91 
53,010.32 

94,962.83 

69,005.00 


10,586.89 


135,441.01 
2,536.52 


588.83 










65.66 


5,552.04 
191.24 


52.47 

2.76 

23.25 


161.49 

6.20 

41.70 


4,541.37 


805.26 
108.41 
155.71 


225.97 

11.82 

282.86 


4,651.24 
101.89 


3,902.59 
316.11 


755.58 
183.00 

1,060.89 


2,109.47 


1,211.21 
433.90 


58.38 


227.35 


279.83 


122.99 


2,285.32 
707.64 


3,569.16 




432.15 

195.89 

2.06 


761.92 

2,774.04 

430.27 

435.68 

1,657.17 

3,350.64 

5,134.00 

159.66 


360.84 

178.16 

65.22 




3,839.32 


9,184.37 
1,323.01 


425.12 
22.99 


726.21 


5,354.02 
1,700.23 


1,681.97 




871.55 


14,328.19 
10,666.10 
12,810.53 


71.92 
581.96 
337.00 


282.82 
289.04 
644.00 


419.78 
671.87 
632.00 


325.82 
324.53 
854.00 


4,610.84 

1,236.99 

12,578.00 

300.00 
















170,460.24 


6,070.42 


6,090.54 


97,406.23 


9,697.31 


1,025,204.16 


13,461.09 


178,389.70 


6,246.48 


836.68 


221.25 


1,235.47 


9.76 


24,114.88 


1,449.80 


4,509.82 


















2,392 
434 

82 


128 

44 

6 


190 

49 

3 


1,275 

181 

26 


156 

58 
3 


15,357 

2,265 

307 


256 
49 

7 


2,970 

457 

89 


2,908 


178 


242 


1,482 


217 


17,929 


312 


3,516 



356 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Concluded 



Municipality 


Wyoming 
492 


*York Twp. 


Zurich 
P.V. 


NIAGARA 


Population 


SYSTEM 
SUMMARY 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

2,694.32 

1,653.48 

230.68 


$ c. 

603,082.77 

70,233.53 

87,380.24 

9,215.05 

49,478.49 


$ c. 

3,067.54 
2,138.03 


$ c. 

9,869,112.67 
5,350,325.00 


Commercial light service 


Commercial power service 


8,323,571.43 


Municipal power 




1,658,259.98 


Street lighting 


765.00 


693.00 


1,395,528.40 


Merchandise 


17,451.29 


Miscellaneous 


41.29 


15,321.14 


70.41 


465,427.09 






Total earnings 


5,384.77 


834,711.22 


5,968.98 


27,079,675.86 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


3,019.09 


• f776,123.12 

21,550.95 
24,266.93 
22,379.00 


3,928.24 


16,404,279.72 


Substation operation 


394,080.66 


Substation maintenance 




416.93 


288,965.96 


maintenance 


274.43 


666,806.29 


Line transformer maintenance 


58,254.21 


Meter maintenance 




127.19 


255,122.64 


Consumers' premises expenses 




332,214.55 


Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


48.96 


92.46 


259,653.55 


Promotion of business 


234,328.45 


Billing and collecting 


200.02 
47.89 


224.11 
23.69 
16.52 


681,769.64 


General office, salaries and expenses.. 
Undistributed expenses 


769.637.42 

297,227.88 


Truck operation and maintenance 




72,357.19 


Interest 


51.32 
843.94 
430.00 


195.58 
194.42 
403.00 


1,845,294.55 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


2,218,920.41 


Depreciation 


1,693,702.44 


Other reserves 


19,439.68 












Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


4,915.65 


844,320.00 


5,622.14 


26,492,055.24 






Net surplus 


469.12 




346.84 


587,620.62 


Net loss 


9,608.78 












Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


132 
50 

2 


20,171 

1,059 

154 


122 

48 


373,878 


Commercial light service 


57,041 


Power service 


10,570 








Total 


184 


21,384 


170 


441,489 







*In this column the figures given are for the year ended Dec. 31, 1934, and are not 
included in the System summary. The 1935 figures for York Twp. are included with the 
Toronto column figures, and have not yet been segregated. 

-(-Operating costs are based on special agreement with Toronto. 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



357 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1935 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM 



Alliston 
1,412 


Arthur 
1,034 


Barrie 

7,725 


Beaverton 
932 


Beeton 
621 


Bradford 
1,002 


Brechin 
621 


Cannington 

786 


$ c. 

8,537.48 

4,797.50 

2,207.91 

834.41 


$ c. 

4,772.93 
3,837.63 
1,245.89 
647.20 
1,748.00 


$ c. 

54,672.84 

31,710.76 

17,002.15 

1,010.01 

6,149.74 

33.43 

328.20 


$ c. 

6,377.18 
2,606.48 
1,090.21 


$ c. 

3,705.27 
2,463.75 
1,830.19 


$ c. 

5,971.21 
3,237.58 
2,462.75 
403.59 
1,072.00 


$ c. 

959.75 
1,100.84 
1,044.54 


$ c. 

5,063.88 
2,290.45 

583.74 


2,012.50 


1,295.04 


1,185.00 


594.00 


1,085.75 
40.40 


82.41 


0.81 


830.17 




69.53 


1.66 










18,472.21 


12,252.46 


110,907.13 


12,199.08 


9,184.21 


13,216.66 


3,700.79 


9,064.22 


11,673.99 


7,955.39 


68,867.88 
1,368.06 


6,606.66 


6,662.88 


8,059.26 


2,257.82 


5,394.05 
















784.86 


540.20 


6,217.60 

67.79 

914.56 


966.90 
4.29 


121.70 


298.91 


335.45 


651.18 














70.00 




2.95 
223.39 








20.45 


173.82 


106.64 


990.11 


91.58 


57.93 


63.54 


183.62 


807.15 




3,204.90 

1,240.89 

919.24 

640.02 

1,716.31 

2,952.69 

7,584.00 


450.54 
224.35 

108.11 




623.95 

128.08 
258.70 






301.37 
54.44 


377.87 


388.66 


56.89 


592.90 












1,575.57 
1,572.40 
1,450.00 


1,119.27 
808.16 
976.00 


301.20 

619.33 

1,240.00 


478.63 
492.83 
625.00 


1,068.61 
941.93 
906.00 


207.15 
109.17 
150.00 


394.70 
678.81 
715.00 


















18,463.60 


11,883.53 


96,684.05 


10,747.72 


8,861.28 


12,343.37 


3,180.02 


8,630.71 


8.61 


368.93 


14,223.08 


1,451.36 


322.93 


873.29 


520.77 


433.51 


















347 

103 

13 


194 

84 
4 


1,970 

387 
45 


315 

65 

9 


128 
39 

4 


222 

60 
9 


40 

28 

3 


250 

72 
10 


463 


282 


2,402 


389 


171 


291 


71 


332 



358 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Chats- 
worth 
302 


Chesley 
1,794 


Coldwater 
608 


Colling- 
wood 
5,416 


Cooks- 


Population 


town 
P.V. 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

1,727.07 
1,164.87 


$ c. 

8,867.48 
4,333.86 
8,161.37 

968.98 

1,512.33 

39.24 

693.22 


$ c. 

2,657.03 
1,815.63 

5,588.64 


$ c. 

25,673.49 
9,810.95 

16,370.39 
1,323.34 
3,207.00 


$ c. 
2,232.39 


Commercial light service 


1,197.78 


Commercial power service 


820.94 


Municipal power 






Street lighting 


574.00 


572.00 


840.00 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


25.71 


211.36 


633.98 


87.76 






Total earnings 


3,491.65 


24,576.48 


10,844.66 


57,019.15 


5,178.87 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


2,001.73 


15,121.49 


8,741.42 


44,285.61 
46.35 


2,669.51 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


61.05 


750.20 

81.07 

247.57 

197.25 

237.18 


388.81 


635.00 


174.98 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance .. 






225.92 
12.00 

432.55 

26.74 

2,634.65 

2,578.05 

711.22 

115.31 




Consumers' premises expenses 








Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


16.73 


36.07 


40.40 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 




429.91 

639.90 

97.30 

72.70 

263.64 

2,160.30 

1,308.00 




189.26 


General office, salaries and expenses- 
Undistributed expenses 


261.08 


341.17 


43.03 
3.66 


Truck operation and maintenance. 








Interest 


272.17 
226.22 
265.00 


184.28 
297.40 
577.00 


406.66 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 




320.82 


Depreciation 


4,050.00 


541.00 


Other reserves 
















Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


3,103.98 


21,606.51 


10,566.15 


55,753.40 


4,389.32 






Net surplus 


387.67 


2,969.97 


278.51 


1,265.75 


789.55 


Net loss 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


79 
33 


424 
98 
19 


137 

57 
3 


1,304 

200 

55 


104 


Commercial light service 


31 


Power service ... 


3 








Total 


112 


541 


197 


1,559 


138 







1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



359 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1935 



Creemore 
656 


Dundalk 
709 


Durham 

1,825 


Elmvale 
P.V. 


Elmwood 
P.V. 


Flesherton 
469 


Grand 

Valley 

575 


Graven- 
hurst 
1,985 


$ c. 

3,455.85 

2,150.25 

960.88 


$ c. 

2,886.92 
2,417.17 
2,399.02 


$ c. 

6,783.20 
4,789.22 
2,775.30 
645.10 
1,935.00 


$ c. 

2,817.58 

1,730.89 

2,701.91 

144.15 

621.00 


$ c. 

1*206.22 

642.85 

1,354.50 


$ c. 

2,517.39 

1,862.90 

401.71 


$ c. 

3,296.62 

1,778.89 
1,825.96 


$ c. 

9,033.45 

6,979.79 

8,357.46 

632.99 


708.00 


1,230.00 


529.00 


615.00 


884.00 


2,142.31 

57.14 




149.33 


400.90 


175.53 


97.12 


29.93 


148.31 


157.50 






7,274.98 


9,082.44 


17,328.72 


8,191.06 


3,829.69 


5,426.93 


7,933.78 


27,360.64 


4,900.78 


6,493.42 


10,076.38 


5,304.17 


2,107.98 


3,272.28 


4,895.51 


14,673.66 


















228.91 


604.53 


416.65 


645.16 


61.41 


267.51 


81.43 


1,410.13 






127.34 










318.38 
















54.95 


98.78 


304.65 


100.93 


15.30 


37.94 


153.01 


346.41 






912.82 
678.49 
65.07 
298.74 
128.74 

1,457.24 

1,209.00 










1,483.94 


208.84 


634.34 


260.13 


188.06 


377.48 


514.84 
31.89 


627.66 
825.16 












167.91 


5.38 


23.99 
398.16 
462.00 


191.98 
308.21 
658.00 


153.94 
478.76 
258.00 


381.52 
282.94 
354.00 


106.92 
853.53 
565.00 


402.52 
607.17 


452.00 


1,790.00 
200.00 


















5,850.86 


8,715.22 


15,675.12 


7,468.58 


3,263.45 


4,973.67 


7,202.13 


22,852.94 


1,424.12 


367.22 


1,653.60 


722.48 


566.24 


453.26 


731.65 


4,507.70 


















138 

58 

3 


164 
73 

4 


412 

108 

8 


157 
55 

7 


60 
20 

1 


140 

52 

2 


155 

48 
5 


457 

106 
14 


199 


241 


528 


219 


81 


194 


208 


577 



360 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Hanover 
3,006 


Holstein 
P.V. 


Huntsville 
2,651 


Kincardine 
2,354 


Kirkfield 


Population 


P.V. 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

18,862.65 
6,989.16 

18,690.21 

277.58 

2,893.50 


$ c. 

1,225.33 
593.64 


$ c. 

12,333.09 
9,349.64 

12,301.27 
1,400.00 
2,488.05 


$ c. 

14,875.13 
7,315.97 

10,304.11 
1,519.84 
4,333.75 


$ c. 

850.22 


Commercial light service 


1,146.66 


Commercial power service 




Municipal power 






Street lighting 


350.00 


480.00 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


1,547.63 


86.45 


847.60 


60.24 








Total earnings 


49,260.73 


2,255.42 


38,719.65 


38,409.04 


2,476.88 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


30,252.52 


1,477.34 


22,764.64 


23,013.83 
308.75 


1,268.18 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


1,922.10 
133.35 

241.88 
20.40 

433.54 


19.01 


1,900.78 


1,234.74 


169.41 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 




383.22 






Consumers' premises expenses 




65.00 
348.79 




Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


7.34 


435.80 
262.82 
1,113.21 
808.32 
571.88 
179.78 
176.32 

771.19 

1,185.00 

300.00 


14.55 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 


984.37 
809.74 
222.29 
160.51 
1,709.17 

5,935.53 

3,460.00 




712.26 
684.68 
175.01 
243.11 
1,707.03 

3,548.98 

2,277.00 




General office, salaries and expenses.. 
Undistributed expenses 


154.19 


39.89 


Truck operation and maintenance 






Interest 


44.08 


224.02 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


368.75 


Depreciation 


117.00 


225.00 


Other reserves 














Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


46,285.40 


1,818.96 


30,852.96 


34,319.18 


2,309.80 






Net surplus 


2,975.33 


436.46 


7,866.69 


4,089.86 


167.08 


Net loss 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


717 

125 

21 


54 
19 


594 
131 

14 


647 

117 

19 


30 


Commercial light service 


19 


Power service 










Total 


863 


73 


739 


783 


49 







1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



361 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1935 



Lucknow 
1,055 


Markdale 
793 


Meaford 

2,722 


Midland 
7,250 


Mildmay 
741 


Mount 
Forest 
1,826 


Neustadt 
491 


Orangeville 
2,789 


$ c. 

6,663.07 

3,152.67 

3,391.66 

493.83 


$ c. 

3,661.07 
2,712.22 

940.26 
45.00 

900.00 


$ c. 

11,710.28 

6,401.35 

6,144.99 

905.19 

2,953.00 

1.77 

997.79 


$ c. 

35,265.48 

14,536.03 

49,432.46 

3,296.66 

6,907.42 


$ c. 

2,795.98 
2,013.83 

712.82 


$ c. 

7,884.77 
5,709.18 
4,268.50 
972.53 
2,240.00 


$ c. 

2,105.34 

1,449.53 

39.00 


$ c. 

14,926.62 

9,718.65 
5,918.68 
1,241.34 


1,531.25 


738.42 


975.00 


3,014.00 
12.07 


179.48 


86.03 


1,576.93 


64.11 


233.03 


347.47 


308.59 


15,411.96 


8,344.58 


29,114.37 


111,014.98 


6,325.16 


21,308.01 


4,916.34 


35,139.95 


10,628.45 


5,146.77 


17,246.69 


74,475.40 

1,888.56 
207.50 

2,937.16 

83.37 

781.57 


3,340.78 


15,878.55 


2,137.62 


21,068.01 
















213.41 


56.34 


1,859.90 

21.92 

139.66 


159.37 


526.23 


47.02 


1,360.24 






86.95 


136.55 




281.45 










68.83 


93.95 


319.68 


805.10 
1,095.11 
2,147.77 
2,030.60 
2,041.02 

403.06 
2,163.57 

4,438.47 

10,300.00 

2,000.00 


61.33 


405.92 


27.28 


388.18 






908.07 
461.34 
415.29 
167.95 
1,957.36 

3,359.38 

1,471.00 




696.61 

116.42 

68.66 

65.74 

612.07 

707.13 

1,416.00 




1,324.04 


1,165.53 


460.04 


345.74 


206.53 


175.80 
55.68 












578.89 

1,076.60 

798.00 


313.74 

344.44 
617.00 


594.67 
450.11 
227.00 


443.00 

1,094.95 

602.00 


389.40 
2,518.02 
2,095.00 
















14,529.71 


7,032.28 


28,328.24 


107,798.26 


5,265.95 


20,629.88 


4,558.40 


29,655.82 


882.25 


1,312.30 


786.13 


3,216.72 


1,059.21 


678.13 


357.94 


5,484.13 


















270 

64 

6 


190 

74 
10 


668 

142 

18 


1,610 

222 

59 


145 

43 

2 


456 

149 

13 


94 

30 

1 


676 

159 

26 


340 


274 


828 


1,891 


190 


618 


125 


861 



362 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Owen 
Sound 
12,923 


Paisley 

728 


Penetang- 

uishene 

4,352 


Port 
Elgin 
1,301 


Port 


Population 


McNicoll 
935 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

64,074.25 
37,534.08 
40,144.54 


$ c. 

4,001.16 
2,663.59 
1,156.23 


$ c. 

12,168.72 
5,374.37 

12,023.78 
2,343.82 
2,182.00 


$ c. 

7,035.14 
4,099.18 
3,473.52 

842.78 
2,283.06 


$ c. 

3,202.80 
801.70 


Commercial light service 


Commercial power service 




Municipal power 




Street lighting 


12,854.14 

416.38 

1,752.37 


1,246.00 


1,000.00 


Merchandise 


Miscellaneous. 


159.83 




602.49 


5.88 








Total earnings 


156,775.76 


9,226.81 


34,092.69 


18,336.17 


5,010.38 




Expenses 
Power purchased . 


97,198.48 
3,057.61 


5,607.84 


21,639.95 
7.50 


10,762.04 


2,638.09 


Substation operation 


Substation maintenance 








Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


7,112.73 

' 1,078.39 

2,329.47 


189.70 


1,740.80 
15.80 
48.43 


875.10 
17.55 
72.93 


621.18 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 






Consumers' premises expenses 






Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


1,471.45 


118.28 


526.07 


232.06 


87.93 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 


5,341.82 

5,091.99 

2,732.06 

915.87 




1,205.09 
466.25 

272.47 
258.42 
910.22 

1,817.65 

2,965.00 

500.00 


562.89 

221.81 

40.55 

289.63 

1,827.30 

1,543.94 

921.00 




General office, salaries and expenses . 
Undistributed expenses 


505.08 


114.07 


Truck operation and maintenance 






Interest 


511.95 
826.92 
548.00 


122.21 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 




545.57 


Depreciation 


7,397.00 


425.00 


Other reserves 














Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


133,726.87 


8,307.77 


32,373.65 


17,366.80 


4,554.05 






Net surplus 


23,048.89 


919.04 


1,719.04 


969.37 


456.33 


Net loss 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


3,218 
560 
108 


184 
55 

4 


583 

101 

26 


390 

92 

9 


199 


Commercial light service 


30 


Power service 








Total 


3,886 


243 


710 


491 


229 







1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



363 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1935 



Port Perry 
1,146 


Priceville 
P.V. 


Ripley 
450 


Rosseau 
300 


Shelburne 
1,166 


South- 
ampton 
1,355 


Stayner 
900 


Sunder- 
land 
P.V. 


$ c. 

6,864.06 
3,041.57 
2,844.64 


$ c. 

598.03 
329.26 


$ c. 

3,170.70 
1,580.82 


$ c. 

3,214.67 
1,003.42 


$ c. 

5,426.58 
3,697.60 
2,128.56 
617.34 
1,056.00 


$ c. 

7,013.32 
3,077.18 
2,190.24 
1,260.68 
2,301.58 


$ c. 

4,413.06 
2,914.94 
2,520.94 


$ c. 

2,404.37 

1,823.66 

61.82 


352.98 










1,477.50 


560.00 


1,070.00 


1,239.00 


1,424.00 


720.00 


667.82 


200.11 


15.35 




192.54 


83.72 


241-27 


73.34 








15,248.57 


1,687.40 


5,836.87 


5,457.09 


13,118.62 


15,926.72 


11,514.21 


5,083.19 


9,354.99 


810.72 


3,504.23 


3,076.34 


8,541.72 


9,011.27 


7,322.83 


3,011.86 


















977.92 


20.14 


14.25 


182. Q2 


485.40 


1,359.53 


613.57 


261.40 








8.57 




98.40 


















128.79 


16.86 


49.05 


59.76 


139.94 


270.73 


154.63 


108.09 








204.27 
45.27 


540.00 
98.76 


880.09 

380.16 

46.15 

357.43 

1,074.36 

1,213.08 

818.00 


557.15 

67.40 
168.70 




717.46 


42.57 


451.79 


274.06 














850.13 
839.89 
880.00 


282.67 
368.77 
190.00 


599.08 
428.98 
454.00 


718.43 
385.84 
245.00 


156.73 
1,460.36 
1,015.00 


50.37 
387.96 
898.00 


153.52 
246.48 
303.60 


















13,749.18 


1,731.73 


5,501.38 


4,925.50 


12,437.91 


15,509.20 


10,220.61 


4,359.01 


1,499.39 




335.49 


531.59 


680.71 


417.52 


1,293.60 


724.18 




44.33 


















316 

81 
10 


33 
9 


118 
44 


62 
20 


273 

80 
14 


412 
79 
11 


251 
86 
10 


115 

45 

1 












407 


42 


162 


82 


367 


502 


347 


161 



364 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Concluded 



Municipality 


Tara 
509 


Teeswater 
796 


Thornton 
P.V. 


Tottenham 
514 


Uxbridge 


Population 


1,514 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

2,762.70 

1,524.22 

947.00 


$ c. 

4,463.87 

2,541.70 

919.38 

180.00 

1,286.00 


$ c. 

1,414.27 
641.18 
270.98 


$ c. 

3,314.63 

1,783.77 
500.83 


$ c. 
8,184.49 


Commercial light service 


3,569.90 


Commercial power service 


920.89 


Municipal power 




Street lighting 


1,096.00 


880.00 


1,225.08 


1,970.70 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


21.94 


101.72 


7.91 




529.22 








Total earnings 


6,351.86 


9,492.67 


3,214.34 


6,824.31 


15,175.20 




Expenses 
Power purchased 


3,068.43 


4,862.35 


1,600.95 


5,070.82 


9,276.01 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


72.85 


20.03 


61.76 


337.68 


603.79 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 












Consumers' premises expenses 












Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


114.37 


76.73 


10.20 


127.11 


229.44 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 












General office, salaries and expenses.. 
Undistributed expenses 


550.52 


533.41 


77.74 


198.24 


806.30 


Truck operation and maintenance 












Interest 


248.92 

1,049.37 

548.00 


711.79 

1,284.85 

736.00 


201.98 
477.55 
334.00 


383.10 
425.30 
444.00 


661.23 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


1,094.01 


Depreciation 


720.00 


Other reserves 
















Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


5,652.46 


8,225.16 


2,764.18 


6,986.25 


13,390.78 






Net surplus 


699.40 


1,267.51 


450.16 




1,784.42 




161.94 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


136 

41 
3 


194 

51 

5 


56 
16 

2 


130 

47 

7 


369 


Commercial light service 


95 


Power service 


10 






Total 


180 


250 


74 


184 


474 







1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



365 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1935 



Victoria 

Harbor 

1,164 


Walker- 
ton 
2,461 


Waubau- 
shene 
P.V. 


Wiarton 

1,782 


Winder- 
mere 
127 


Wingham 
2,024 


Wood- 
ville 
442 


GEORGIAN 

BAY 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


$ c. 

2,942.15 

878.73 
43 87 


$ c. 

13,963.27 

8,298.32 

4,005.15 

616.91 

2,562.59 

464.53 

96.81 


$ c. 

2,348.42 

636.08 

86.18 

93.17 

448.70 


$ c. 

8,556.89 
6,299.53 
2,605.13 
1,526.53 
2,300.00 
11.06 
121.59 


$ c. 

2,-620.16 
1,149.62 


$ c. 

12,541.18 

7,205.62 

9,028.82 

524.27 

3,384.00 

43.84 

431.97 


$ c. 

2,137.73 

1,120.32 

741.36 


$ c. 

485,210.88 
267,398.93 
277,943.28 


88 73 




25,208.95 


702.00 


455.00 


581.00 


106,620.41 
1,119.86 


6.78 


96.06 


28.05 


211.70 


16,107.25 


4,662.26 


30,007.58 


3,708.61 


21,420.73 


4,252.83 


33,159.70 


4,792.11 


1,179,609.56 


2,550.85 


14,712.05 


1,419.50 


12,301.30 


2,307.28 


15,256.15 
1,501.22 


2,561.98 


728,188.68 
8,178.05 














207.50 


105.53 


1,378.85 
176.09 
603.05 


165.00 


580.93 

8.35 

64.24 


72.36 


2,551.31 


485.06 


48,937.17 
1,687.97 








90.78 




7,200.92 










388.05 


92.28 


545.08 


99.31 


204.16 


21.03 


746.85 


47.85 


12,853.87 
1,384.67 




1,423.90 

1,207.72 

128.31 

281.72 
2,849.68 

2,205.60 

1,463.00 




1,076.32 

213.77 

80.04 

201.59 

1,803.34 

1,247.00 
823.00 


158.57 
26.91 
14.63 


583.80 

879.27 

376.99 

78.01 

2,149.09 

1,555.73 

3,057.00 




31,157.35 


358.22 


301.40 


289.78 


32,042.85 
10,484.52 








4,897.50 


29.10 
515.57 
421.00 


17.99 

287.82 
325.00 


671.09 
420.95 
316.00 


147.17 
258.84 
245.00 


37,427.95 

61,067.65 

77,416.60 

3,000.00 


















4,072.55 


26,975.05 


2,616.02 


18,604.04 


4,008.82 


28,826.20 


4,035.68 


1,066,521.30 


589.71 


3,032.53 


1,092.59 


2,816.69 


244.01 


4,333.50 


756.43 


113,088.26 


















177 

28 

2 


535 

135 

17 


148 
23 

2 


359 

114 

15 


51 
13 


532 

147 

24 


112 

28 

2 


22,301 

5,091 

692 








207 


687 


173 


488 


64 


703 


142 


28,084 



366 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM 



Municipality 


Alexandria 
1,945 


Apple Hill 
P.V. 


Athens 
562 


Bath 
360 


Belleville 


Population 


13,899 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

7,117.80 
4,489.93 
4,914.06 
817.10 
2,665.00 


$ c. 

1,136.79 
857.65 
304.70 


$ c. 

3,118.48 
1,357.08 
1,308.64 


$ c. 

1,333.85 
756.20 


$ c. 

80,272.20 


Commercial light service 


52,456.15 


Commercial power service 


38,161.11 


Municipal power 




6,640.12 


Street lighting 


563.26 


1,055.00 


714.00 


10,675.99 


Merchandise 


Miscellaneous. . . . 


258.69 


1.76 


94.75 


95.53 


4,447.00 




Total earnings 


20,262.58 


2,864.16 


6,933.95 


2,899.58 


192,652.57 




Expenses 
Power purchased 


10,727.77 


1,501.18 


3,815.99 


1,909.79 


119,475.02 


Substation operation 


Substation maintenance 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


891.42 

74.50 

223.27 


80.90 


243.24 


6.07 
6.99 


3,356.23 


Line transformer maintenance 


184.66 


Meter maintenance 


11.45 


87.85 


1,502.06 
64.84 


Consumers' premises expenses 




Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


272.78 


39.03 


96.73 


4.80 


1,462.52 


Promotion of business 


1,011.71 
4,219.83 
6,560.54 
1,493.00 
265.40 


Billing and collecting. . . 


959.45 

379.99 

98.10 








General office, salaries and expenses.. 
Undistributed expenses . . 


260.15 


173.54 
2.42 


106.34 


Truck operation and maintenance 






Interest 


1,115.95 

2,458.47 

1,383.00 

400.00 


181.59 
341.51 
172.00 


620.82 
553.63 
479.00 


457.22 
239.41 
183.00 


1,354.65 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


7,000.00 


Depreciation 


5,805.00 


Other reserves 














Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


18,984.70 


2,587.81 


6,073.22 


2,913.62 


153,755.46 






Net surplus 


1,277.88 


276.35 


860.73 




38,897.11 


Net loss 


14.04 












Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


309 

109 
15 


45 
22 

1 


145 

44 

1 


32 
16 


3,122 


Commercial light service 


629 


Power service 


94 








Total 


433 


68 


190 


48 


3,845 







1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



367 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1935 



Bloom- 
field 
677 


Bowman- 
ville 
3,602 


Brighton 
1,427 


Brock- 
ville 
9,818 


Cardinal 
1,428 


Carleton 
Place 
4,186 


Chester- 
ville 
970 


Cobden 
637 


$ c. 

3,220.96 
1,247.79 
1,351.68 


$ c. 

27,941.73 

9,683.90 

50,991.09 


$ c. 

9,981.05 
4,932.97 
2,394.10 


$ c. 

46,447.48 

24,038.95 

29,917.25 

4,712.95 

8,634.25 


$ c. 

7,249.25 

1,959.48 

551.64 


$ c. 

18,216.76 
8,762.53 

24,677.68 
1,587.67 
4,791.42 


$ c. 

5,448.59 
2,677.54 
1,945.05 


$ c. 

2,300.96 

2,722.86 

293.19 


720.00 


3,746.50 


2,191.92 

10.85 

200.05 


924.50 


1,032.00 
219.13 

444.57 


2,015.00 


17.48 


908.12 


6,195.10 


34.06 


1,841.23 


67.29 


6,557.91 


93,271.34 


19,710.94 


119,945.98 


10,718.93 


59,877.29 


11,766.88 


7,399.30 


3,308.52 


57,715.59 


8,641.43 


70,471.05 

5,170.00 

519.82 

2,559:60 

211.46 

2,439.92 


4,800.23 


35,508.65 


7,053.79 


3,626.92 










171.12 

1,402.29 

44.01 

474.29 






166.36 


1,757.89 

234.61 

497.91 

23.20 

383.83 

86.30 

1,809.44 

2,094.14 

807.91 


1,325.95 

24.30 

386.15 

67.08 

195.43 


733.11 


993.35 


25.09 
19.61 


18.02 


8.25 
1.70 

182.57 


55.89 


143.07 


94.38 


1,472.42 

172.15 

2,337.32 

4,951.40 

906.57 

868.00 


480.86 

440.57 

1,654.50 

3,484.56 

197.74 

486.18 

2,465.23 

2,707.52 

2,168.00 


133.40 


182.90 




744.29 
1,503.55 
341.87 
184.69 
993.18 

934.60 

615.00 

165.00 




382.20 
544.46 


275.45 


165.66 


539.30 
26.95 


83.81 
27.34 








417.63 


1,955.14 
2,533.90 
1,620.00 


652.24 
551.40 
399.00 


136.02 
212.48 
635.00 


468.20 


453.73 




431.80 


527.00 


8,955.00 
3,500.00 


111.00 














5,151.30 


71,519.86 


16,122.52 


104,534.71 


7,894.75 


51,685.52 


10,146.59 


5,395.19 


1,406.61 


21,751.48 


3,588.42 


15,411.27 


2,824.18 


8,191.77 


1,620.29 


2,004.11 


















154 

30 

6 


1,062 

175 

29 


486 
97 
10 


2,608 

438 

69 


333 

58 
2 


959 

190 
20 


233 

70 

4 


91 

47 

1 


190 


1,266 


593 


3,115 


393 


1,169 


307 


139 



368 



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STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 

EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Cobourg 
5,780 


Colborne 
1,016 


Deseronto 
1,395 


Finch 
400 


Hastings 
795 


Population 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

30,738.03 

18,615.48 

24,939.36 

2,654.83 

5,617.04 


$ c. 

5,093.12 
3,323.44 
470.76 
318.35 
1,416.00 
359.18 
112.14 


$ c. 

5,901.56 
2,406.03 
1,292.23 
665.80 
1,542.00 


$ c. 

1,854.26 

1,377.87 

541.81 


$ c 
3,807.68 


Commercial light service 


1,691.08 


Commercial power service 


501.76 


Municipal power 




Street lighting 


570.00 


1,275.55 


Merch andise 




Miscellaneous 


1,383.85 


114.38 


140.01 


381.42 






Total earnings 


83,948.59 


11,092.99 


11,922.00 


4,483.95 


7,657.49 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


44,304.47 


4,390.65 


6,329.57 


2,624.84 


3,543.46 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


1,841.19 
294.99 

1,353.02 
208.99 

843.30 
287.23 
2,876.95 
3,726.68 
1,572.30 
164.93 
4,262.33 

3,611.23 

2,621.00 


867.84 
19.78 
51.39 


901.66 


35.86 


473.91 


Line transformer maintenance 


3.50 


Meter maintenance 


15.83 


1.80 


15.10 


Consumers' premises expenses 




Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


92.96 


289.17 

90.85 

302.22 

652.36 

32.88 


10.25 


64.63 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 






250.69 


General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


1,211.37 

26.48 

291.54 

683.25 

432.23 

268.00 


244.79 


91.31 
31.02 


Truck operation and maintenance 






Interest 


322.29 
535.33 

387.00 


338.62 
286.17 
274.00 


1,050.07 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


707.20 


Depreciation 


469.00 


Other reserves 
















Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


67,968.61 


8,335.49 


9,859.16 


3,816.33 


6,699.89 






Net surplus 


15,979.98 


2,757.50 


2,062.84 


667.62 


957.60 


Net loss 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


1,222 
249 

48 


228 

78 

4 


288 
73 

8 


82 
30 

1 


192 


Commercial light service 


56 


Power service 


5 






Total 


1,519 


310 


369 


113 


253 







1936 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



369 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1935 



Havelock 
1,119 


Kemptville 

1,272 


Kingston 
23,678 


Lakefield 
1,335 


Lanark 
623 


Lancaster 
609 


Lindsay 
6,979 


$ c. 

5,457.28 
2,495.43 
2,551.53 


$ c. 

6,939.85 
4,451.28 
4,721.34 


$ c. 

122,946.78 
82,368.56 

106,410.83 
10,390.63 
22,231.00 


$ c. 

6,006.00 
3,564.17 
1,444.03 


$ c. 

2,869.03 
1,274.30 


$ c. 

2,187.87 
1,478.87 


$ c. 

40,437.69 
25,897.42 
26,775.00 






3,511.80 


1,533.00 


1,830.00 


1,852.92 


592.00 


1,107.00 


7,105.16 


419.61 


1,011.76 


6,800.51 


484.03 


105.82 


109.47 


3,250.37 


12,456.85 


18,954.23 


351,148.31 


13,351.15 


4,841.15 


4,883.21 


106,977.44 


6,096.42 


10,785.29 


172,655.20 
5,181.29 
3,026.73 

16,412.42 

847.42 

5,730.53 

1,871.18 

3,338.75 

84.12 
6,980.09 
14,297.69 
8,608.78 
4,252.94 
3,966.34 

9,280.50 

21,843.00 

37,500.00 


8,152.69 


2,677.71 


2,371.04 


62,351.15 














922.92 


631.95 

59.43 

339.10 


770.98 
24.44 
90.22 


94.38 


173.80 


2,938.06 
541.21 




25.75 


32.95 


891.98 




480.08 


123.36 


187.31 

485.28 

1,037.90 

512.99 


285.86 


39.48 


43.34 


1,631.51 




546.72 

458.86 

98.20 






2,790.75 


365.09 


368.64 


313.70 


5,984.43 
1,293.50 


214.02 


284.46 
1,083.73 

714.95 

992.00 






69.79 


873.33 

1,995.04 

907.00 


1,627.66 

937.70 

1,217.00 


176.50 

521.84 
280.00 


152.63 
799.00 
296.00 


4,926.75 
5,268.63 
3,790.00 














11,497.18 


17,114.39 


315,876.98 


14,210.33 


4,184.30 


4,182.46 


92,957.84 


959.67 


1,839.84 


35,271.33 




656.85 


700.75 


14,019.60 




859.18 
















273 

58 

3 


334 

78 

7 


5,758 
892 
145 


317 

69 

5 


157 
36 


86 
33 


1,919 

341 

73 










334 


419 


6,795 


391 


193 


119 


2,333 



370 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Madoc 
1,088 


Marmora 
984 


Martintown 
P.V. 


Maxville 


Population 


732 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

4,433.05 
3,521.87 
1,017.96 


$ c. 

3,809.96 

1,741.47 

428.18 


$ c. 

777.79 
887.03 


$ c. 
3,356.03 


Commercial light service 


2,551.39 


Commercial power service 




Municipal power 






Street lighting. ... 


1,500.00 


1,361.00 


330.00 


1,375.89 


Merchandise 


Miscellaneous. . 


50.42 




7.02 


36.40 








Total earnings 


10,523.30 


7,340.61 


2,001.84 


7,319.71 






Expenses 
Power purchased .. 


5,983.66 


3,732.99 


1,019.97 


3,917.25 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


970.95 


90.58 


55.76 


244.05 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 


22.74 


54.99 


26.61 


52.80 


Consumers' premises expenses 




Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


2.50 


97.86 


20.00 


44.77 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 










General office, salaries and expenses- 
Undistributed expenses 


914.80 


512.18 


132.48 


296.27 


Truck operation and maintenance 










Interest 


24.67 
493.35 
400.00 


366.83 
817.60 
588.00 




367.86 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 




971.01 


Depreciation 


144.00 


515.00 


Other reserves 














Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


8,812.67 


6,261.03 


1,398.82 


6,409.01 






Net surplus 


1,710.63 


1,079.58 


603.02 


910.70 


Net loss. .. 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


260 

98 

5 


204 

49 

3 


36 
22 


143 


Commercial light service 


47 


Power service 










Total 


363 


256 


58 


190 







1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



371 



"B"- Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1935 



Napanee 
2,935 


Norwood 
761 


Omemee 
509 


Oshawa 
22,506 


Ottawa 
135,300 


Perth 

4,057 


Peterborough 
22,869 


$ c. 

25,974.96 

14,007.40 

11,246.13 

229.17 


$ c. 

4,517.98 

2,299.10 

671.05 


$ c. 

2,402.83 
1,331.05 
2,128.66 


$ c. 

169,724.70 
63,867.55 

214,928.88 

8,314.16 

11,706.94 


$ c. 

461,225.81 

170,159.06 

53,435.83 

20,325.24 

75,524.89 


$ c. 

23,404.39 
15,473.85 
17,394.68 
1,967.95 
2,338.00 
1,241.49 
3,040.53 


$ c. 

130,305.16 

68,644.55 

88,959.45 

6,983.25 


4,705.72 


1,575.00 


971.08 


21,758.43 


1,083.34 


545.33 




5,534.46 


5,442.58 


1,041.09 








57,246.72 


9,608.46 


6,833.62 


474,076.69 


786,113.41 


64,860.89 


317,691.93 


29,687.22 


3,551.77 


3,687.80 


379,914.66 


365,261.17 

28,163.83 

1,192.94 

23,122.83 
3,008.44 

10,104.93 
3,914.09 

29,681.82 
10,010.05 
44,362.61 
27,851.12 
16,015.48 
2,282.81 
37,166.38 

21,970.57 

76,744.00 


35,213.08 
373.54 


188,498.19 
6,758.54 










299.20 


3,115.57 
90.11 


527.59 


442.44 
19.80 
85.17 


4,638.71 
188.15 

2,285.72 
417.89 

1,765.91 
235.87 
7,325.51 
7,318.32 
3,683.10 


1,618.43 

184.03 

496.97 

65.74 

725.97 


6,077.95 
1,507.83 


677.41 




5,287.56 


58.52 


1.20 
86.30 


682.41 


348.94 
219.39 


55.27 


4,006.57 

188.75 


1,468.63 






1,761.89 

3,641.18 

266.81 

543.83 

3,212.72 

2,043.99 

3,506.00 

300.00 


7,731.54 


4,434.14 
1,300.14 


436.67 


234.45 
46.96 


6,359.63 
4,866.65 


103.97 


212.70 
1,601.26 

1,153.04 

1,100.00 


3,055.24 


1,033.05 
2,616.90 
1,580.00 


142.63 
854.26 
612.00 


10,846.82 
12,139.48 
10,085.00 


27,371.64 

14,263.54 

16,903.00 

1,200.00 














46,733.99 


8,670.53 


6,180.78 


440,845.14 


700,853.07 


53,954.18 


295,058.24 


10,512.73 


937.93 


652.84 


33,231.55 


85,260.34 


10,906.71 


22,633.69 
















769 
192 

41 


212 

61 

2 


129 

49 

6 


6,020 
514 
102 


13,123 

1,376 

191 


970 

196 

26 


5,416 
823 
155 


1,002 


275 


184 


6,636 


14,690 


1,192 


6,394 



372 



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STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Picton 
2,922 


Port Hope 
4,433 


Prescott 
2,958 


Richmond 
425 


Russell 


Population 


P.V. 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

22,733.04 
13,800.60 
5,976.31 
1,929.27 
3,738.45 
1,020.41 
1,653.33 


$ c. 

29,325.31 

12,421.80 

26,416.07 

1,533.47 

4,631.00 


$ c. 

16,966.78 
8,571.77 
3,750.91 
1,647.75 
3,475.00 


$ c. 

1,738.00 
1,662.40 


$ c. 
2,614.88 


Commercial light service 


1,355.54 


Commercial power service 




Municipal power 






Street lighting . 


418.32 


752.00 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


311.78 


130.43 


7.01 


44.43 






Total earnings 


50,851.41 


74,639.43 


34,542.64 


3,825.73 


4,766.85 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


33,619.92 


42,112.06 


21,793.38 
1,405.15 


2,548.49 


2,577.30 


Substation operation 


Substation maintenance 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


2,086.79 

35.36 

58.76 

0.62 

242.30 

271.45 

1,252.83 

2,548.13 

251.97 

329.01 

76.72 


1,756.34 

124.85 

1,107.40 


1,953.15 


80.00 


83.98 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 


439.89 
12.35 

404.07 


10.25 




Consumers' premises expenses 




Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenan ce 


1,086.30 


22.61 


62.93 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 


1,579.70 

3,014.26 

925.92 

347.73 

727.08 

2,953.32 
2,060.00 


1,100.90 

2,133.87 
473.32 






General office, salaries and expenses.. 
Undistributed expenses 


229.51 


370.35 


Truck operation and maintenance 

Interest 








316.06 
250.64 
211.00 


391.95 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 




464.34 


Depreciation 


2,152.00 


3,038.00 


293.00 


Other reserves 
















Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


42,925.86 


57,794.96 


32,754.08 


3,668.56 


4,243.85 






Net surplus 


7,925.55 


16,844.47 


1,788.56 


157.17 


523.00 


Net loss 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


994 

200 

30 


1,223 
201 

47 


662 

163 

19 


56 
25 


111 


Commercial light service 


34 


Power service 










Total 


1,224 


1,471 


844 


81 


145 







1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



373 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1935 



Smiths 
Falls 
7,517 


Stirling 
935 


Trenton 
6,241 


Tweed 
1,247 


Wark- 

worth 

P.V. 


Wellington 
916 


Westport 
704 


Whitby 
3,732 


$ c. 

43,066.32 

15,735.69 

24,017.28 

564 . 04 


$ c. 

5,422.75 
3,649.39 
1,562.30 

275.90 

1,606.00 

49.15 

319.78 


$ c. 

26,445.61 

18,026.93 

68,474.16 

1,711.33 

8,057.25 


$z c. 

6,085.79 
4,636.73 
2,427.40 
234.47 
1,875.00 


$ c. 

2,360.65 
1,569.74 


$ c. 

4,874.01 
2,002.49 
2,015.33 


$ c. 

3,017.86 
2,520.91 


$ c. 

20,361.24 
10,357.44 
15,075.22 






2,387.70 


7,424.00 
129.35 


605.34 


1,014.68 


1,219.98 


4,010.59 


3,843.98 


1,770.80 


248.24 


144.31 




136.82 


1,928.59 






94,780.66 


12,885.27 


124,486.08 


15,507.63 


4,680.04 


9,906.51 


6,895.57 


54,120.78 


43,859.56 
966.29 


6,445.03 
204.44 


71,009.45 


7,924.27 


2,560.63 


6,461.51 


4,237.49 


30,429.52 
152.81 


60.25 


40.76 

2,359.78 

85.42 

1,499.03 

216.78 

575.76 

66.80 

2,746.54 

5,037.69 

1,641.05 












3,581.17 
11.79 


949.60 

17.50 

94.92 

5.10 

190.31 


845.13 


30.10 


848.64 


203.94 
27.46 


2,408.27 
76.60 


432.27 


223.15 


15.04 




800.52 










647.91 
656.43 


320.66 


43.03 


81.19 


121.38 


585.88 
659.48 


2,856.19 


475.82 

1,018.78 

52.73 

207.40 


627.88 
734.16 
119.51 








1,204.08 


2,957.57 

898.44 


186.28 


570.12 
49.30 


631.81 
16.63 
36.33 

711.13 

505.15 
220.00 


1,498.95 
257.74 


396.89 




281.10 


3,381.15 


6,570.58 
5,888.61 
4,021.00 


497.90 
710.30 
480.00 


549.97 
249.17 
218.00 


503.71 
725.93 
738.00 


1,746.16 


13,855.99 




2,454.90 


6,108.00 
250.00 


913.00 


3,075.00 


















80,919.90 


10,574.63 


101,759.25 


12,482.96 


3,852.22 


9,978.40 


6,711.32 


45,631.01 


13,860.76 


2,310.64 


22,726.83 


3,024.67 


827.82 




184.25 


8,489.77 




71.89 


















1,727 

269 

45 


279 

87 
9 


1,287 

260 

54 


261 
89 
11 


116 
41 


295 

65 

5 


93 
50 


846 

159 

20 










2,041 


375 


1,601 


361 


157 


365 


143 


1,025 



374 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Concluded 



Municipality 


Williamsburg 
P.V. 


Winchester 
943 


EASTERN 
ONTARIO 


Population 


SYSTEM 
SUMMARY 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

3,962.03 
7,563.38 

240.82 


$ c. 

6,484.19 
3,262.38 
1,479.58 


$ c. 
1,473,416.17 


Commercial light service 


716,508.47 


Commercial power service.... 


868,105.04 


Municipal power 


79,402.95 


Street lighting 


240.00 


1,062.00 

69.27 

392.29 


249,677.07 


Merchandise 


3,098.83 


Miscellaneous 


285.64 


56,917.60 






Total earnings 


12,291.87 


12,749.71 


3,447,126.13 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


5,758.40 


8,173.16 


1,964,816.35 


Substation operation 


48,375.89 


Substation maintenance 






5,310.82 


Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


446.97 


339.69 


98,484.88 


Line transformer maintenance 


7,968.25 


Meter maintenance 




43.80 
6.54 

128.88 


38,215.73 


Consumers' premises expenses 


8.99 
76.15 


8,107.30 


Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


53,376.84 


Promotion of business 


14,966.43 


Billing and collecting 




480.85 
320.43 


102,142.77 


General office, salaries and expenses.. 
Undistributed expenses.. .. 


716.11 


123,174.61 
46,430.81 


Truck operation and maintenance 






14,878.96 


Interest 




341.70 
432.00 
645.00 


128,229.34 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 




129,322.36 


Depreciation 


215.00 
100.00 


192,960.00 


Other reserves 


43,415.00 








Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


7,321.62 


10,912.05 


3,020,176.34 






Net surplus 


4,970.25 


1,837.66 


426,949.79 


Net loss 












Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


112 
65 

1 


279 

69 

2 


56,058 


Commercial light service 


9,122 


Power service 


1,325 






Total 


178 


350 


66,505 







1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



375 



"B"— Concluded 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1935 



THUNDER BAY 
SYSTEM 



Fort William 
24,492 


Nipigon 


Port Arthur 
19,459 


THUNDER 

BAY 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


ALL 
SYSTEMS 

GRAND 
SUMMARY 


$ c. 

203,134.22 
66,386.78 
43,901.46 
23,500.26 
17,439.54 


$ c. 

2,817.18 

2,319.21 

238.62 

657.95 

510.00 


$ c. 

111,528.77 
55,810.18 

698,208.88 
34,255.73 
18,984.96 


$ c. 

317,480.17 

124,516.17 

742,348.96 

58,413.94 

36,934.50 


$ c. 

12,145,219.89 
6,458,748.57 

10,211,968.71 

1,821,285.82 

1,788,760.38 

21,669.98 


7,439.37 




16,394.51 


23,833.88 


562,285.82 








361,801.63 


6,542.96 


935,183.03 


1,303,527.62 


33,009,939.17 


231,764.17 
6,694.28 


2,669.78 


721,957.70 
21,484.95 - 
1,403.58 

14,903.15 
1,124.08 
5,582.81 


956,391.65 

28,179.23 

2,642.99 

26,405.54 

2,839.20 

12,694.82 

51.62 

14,236.10 
1,968.78 

20,306.14 

19,025.30 
6,533.75 
3,016.89 

29,178.51 

13,777.92 

40,489.68 

5,898.84 


20,053,676.40 
478,813.83 


1,239.41 




297,127.27 


11,252.09 

1,703.68 

7,085.04 

51.62 


250.30 
11.44 
26.97 


840,633.88 

70,749.63 

313,234.11 

340,761.52 


6,149.74 




8,086.36 
1,968.78 
9,758.94 

12,019.93 
2,988.55 
1,323.28 

13,420.99 

5,347.91 

27,204.68 

4,000.00 


340,120.36 






252,648.33 


10,547.20 




835,375.90 


6,203.57 
3,545.20 


801.80 


943,880.18 
360,676.96 


1,693.61 




95,150.54 


15,430.97 
7,943.17 

12,755.00 
1,898.84 


326.55 
486.84 
530.00 


2,040,130.35 

2,423,088.34 

2,004,568.72 

71,753.52 






325,957.59 


5,103.68 


852,575.69 


1,183,636.96 


31,762,389.84 


35,844.04 


1,439.28 


82,607.34 


119,890.66 


1,247,549.33 












5,325 
901 
103 


141 

41 
2 


4,345 

756 

93 


9,811 

1,698 

198 


462,048 
72,952 

12,785 


6,329 


184 


5,194 


11,707 


547,785 



376 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT "C 



Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1935; showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality in 1935, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 
style of 
lamps 



Rate per 

lamp 

per annum 



*Cost to 

municipality 

in 1935 



Acton. 



Agincourt... 
Ailsa Craig. 

Alexandria. 

Alliston 

Alvinston.... 



Amherstburg. 



Ancaster Twp. 

Apple Hill 

Arkona 

Arthur 



Athens. 



Aylmer. 

Ayr 

Baden... 



1,808 



468 
1,945 
1,412 

620 

3,044 



391 
1,034 

562 

1,985 
769 



128 
5 
8 
60 
1 
4 

58 

61 
1 

95 

42 

12 
103 

84 
6 

82 

9 

26 

12 

32 
49 

33 

50 

92 

40 
23 

173 

24 

1 

92 



69 



80 c.p. 

80 c.p. 

60 watt 
100 watt 
150 watt 
300 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

80 c.p. 
100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
200 watt 
300 watt 

100 watt 
150 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 
300 watt 
Traffic light 

100 watt 
500 watt 

100 watt 



m 



$ c. 
9.00 v 

12.00 
4.00 
9.00 

12.00 

20.00 

13.00 

10.00 
18.00 

17.00 
25.00 

17.50 
17.50 

20.00 
29.00 

15.00^ 
30.00 
20.00 
30.00 ; 

12.50 
15.00 

17.00 

20.00 

19.00 

12.00 
25.00 

10.00 
25.00 
40.00 

10.00 
36.00 

10.00 



$ c. 
1,866.90 

793.00 
628.00 

2,665.00 

2,012.50 

1,854.00 

2,351.69 

1,135.00 

563.26 

996.63 

1,748.00 

1,055.00 

2,367.00 

1,028.00 
690.00 



Note: *The "Cost to Municipality in 1935" represents the charges billed to the muni- 
cipality by the utility for street lighting service in the calendar year. This total charge differs 
in some cases from the total computed for the installation at the rates shown, for the following 
reasons: — First: Certain equipment may have been in service less than twelve months. Second: 
More equipment than shown for December 31, may have been in service earlier in the year. 

**Population not shown in Government statistics, s Series system, m Multiple system. 

ffCertain additional street lighting costs for special service are paid direct in form of 
debenture charges. 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



377 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1935; showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality in 1935, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 


Population 


Number 

of 

lamps 


Size and 

style of 

lamps 


Rate per 

lamp 
per annum 


Cost to 

municipality 

in 1935 


Cost 

per 

capita 


Barrie 


7,725 
360 


- 


f 468 

15 

3 

48 

13 

1 

21 


150 c.p. 
100 watt 
200 watt 

(6 mos.) 
200 watt 
300 watt 
500 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 
100 watt 

(6 mos.) 
500 watt 

100 c.p. 
100 watt 

100 watt 

100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 
300 watt 

150 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
Traffic light 

100 c.p. 

100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 
300 watt 

100 c.p. 
150 watt 
300 watt 

150 c.p. 
150 watt 

100 watt 
500 watt 

1,500 c.p. 
100 watt 
250 watt 
300 watt 
750 watt 
750 watt 


s 

m 
m 

m 
m 
m 

m 

m 

m 
m 

m 

8 

m 

m 

s 

s 

s 

m 

s 
s 
s 

s 

m 

m 
m 

m 
m 

s 

m 
m 

s 
m 

m 
m 

s 

m 
m 
m 
m 
m 


$ c. 

9.00 

17.00 

15.00 

22.00 
25.00 
30.00, 

34.00 


- 


$ c 

6,149.74 

714.00 
517.00 

1,295.04 

1,185.00 
930.00 

10,675.99 

2,512.00 

720.00 
1,300.00 

1,113.96 
1,293.00 

3,746.50 

1,072.00 
5,490.50 

32,653.90 


$ c 


Bath 


0.79 
1.98 


Beachville 


47 
f 105 

I: 

/ 65 

1 H 

78 

f 555 

J 23 

52 

{ 105 

f 164 

60 

100 

J 45 
\ 23 

/ 66 


11.00 


** 


Beaverton 


932 

621 

742 

13,899 

1,664 

677 
615 

560 
698 

3,602 

1,002 

5,487 

30,691 


10. (HT 
7.00 

30. 00, 

15. 00^ 


1 


1.39 


Beeton 


1.91 


Belle River 


15.00/ 
12.00 

8.001 

25.00 
47.00 
30.00J 

12.001 
28.00 
37.00 
16.00] 

12.00 

13.00 

13.001 
23.00/ 

11.001 
27.00/ 

12.001 
25.001 
35. 00 J 

16.001 
16.00/ 

8.00) 


1.25 


Belleville 


0.76 


Blenheim 


ft 
1 06 


Bloomfield 


Blyth 


2 11 


Bolton 


1 98 


Bothwell 


1 85 


Bowman ville 

Bradford 


1 
J 


21 

' 177 
4 

k 42 

' 60 


1.04 
1 07 


Brampton 


I 7 
/ 667 


1 00 


Brantford 


1 


2 

149 
3,413 

8 

2 

18 

4 


35.00J 

45.001 
7.50 
10.00 
16.00 
37.00 
46.00 




tt 





**Population not shown in Government statistics, s Series system, m Multiple 
tfCertain additional street lighting costs for special service are paid direct in 
debenture charges. 



system, 
form of 



378 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1935; showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality in 1935, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 
style of 
lamps 



Rate per 

lamp 
per annum 



Cost to 

municipality 

in 1935 



Brantford Twp. 
Brechin.... 

Bridgeport 

Brigden 

Brighton 



Brockville. 



Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville. 



Caledonia. 



Campbellville. 
Cannington.... 

Cardinal 



Carleton Place.. 
Cayuga 



Chatham. 



1,427 
9,818 

786 



1,300 



786 

1,428 

4,186 
668 

16,284 



375 
26 

12 

57 

43 

21 

137 

600 

13 

9 

35 

51 

80 
18 

67 

24 

152 
20 

8 

2 

20 

62 
3 
3 

44 
12 



101 
68 

80 



100 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 
100 watt 

60 watt 
100 watt 

100 c.p. 

100 c.p. 
300 c.p. 

1 Lt. Stds. 

3 Lt. Stds. 

5 Lt. Stds. 

100 watt 
200 watt 



100 watt m 



100 watt m 

100 watt m 

100 watt m 

(bridge) . 

100 watt (twp.) m 

300 watt m 



100 watt 

100 watt 
300 watt 
500 watt 



100 watt m 

200 watt m 



60 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 

100 watt 



35 


150 c.p. 


716 


150 c.p. 


32 


250 c.p. 


37 


600 c.p. 


75 


600 c.p. 


137 


1,000 c.p. 


2 


250 watt 



m 



Park floodlights 



$ c. 
11.00 

18.00 

7.00 
10.00 

11.00 
14.00 

16.00 

10.001 

20.00 

17.00 

21.00 

24.00 

12.00 
18.00 

10.00 

13.00 

9.001 
9.50 

13.00 
21.00, 

24.00 

15.00 
22.00 
32.00 

15.001 
21.00/ 

13.00 
20.00 
25.00 

18.00 

12.001 
13.00 
16.00 
31.00 
30.00 
38.00 
24.00 
357.50 



$ c. 
4,084.67 

594.00 
654.00 

750.50 
2,191.92 

8,634.25 

1,286.00 

670.08 
312.00 

1,704.00 

480.00 
1,085.75 

924.50 

4,791.42 
1,440.00 

19,215.26 



**Population not shown in Government statistics, s 
ffCertain additional street lighting costs for special 
debenture charges. 

{Includes Mara and Thorah Townships. 



Series system, m Multiple 
service are paid direct in 



system, 
form of 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



379 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1935; showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality in 1935, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 

style of 

lamps 



Rate per 

lamp 

per annum 



Cost to 

municipality 

in 1935 



Chatsworth . 

Chesley 

Chesterville. 

Chippawa 

Clifford 



Clinton. 
Cobden. 



Cobourg. 



Colborne 

Coldwater 

Collingwood. 

Comber 

Cookstown.... 

Cottam 

Courtright.... 

Creemore 

Dashwood... 

Delaware 

Deseronto 

Dorchester.... 
Drayton 



Dresden. 



Drumbo 
Dublin 



302 
1,794 

970 
1,143 

423 



637 

5,780 

1,016 

608 
5,416 



332 
656 



1,395 



569 
1,479 



41 
117 

86 
103 

62 

80 
18 

39 
11 

388 

4 

4 

2 

14 

115 
3 

52 

357 

55 

56 

32 

43 

59 

41 

22 

130 

67 

75 

128 
12 
15 

39 
1 

50 



100 watt 

150 c.p. 

100 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 
150 watt 

100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
500 c.p. 
100 watt 
500 watt 

60 c.p. 
100 watt 

100 watt 

150 c.p. 

100 watt 

150 c.p. 

100 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 

100 c.p. 
100 watt 
50 watt 

100 watt 
250 watt 
(6 mos.) 

100 watt 



m 



$ c. 
14.00 

13.00 

12.00 

13.00 

14.00 

12.00 
18.00 

35.00 
45.00 

12.00 
23.00 
47.50 
12.00 
47.50 



.00\ 
.00/ 



11.00 

9.00 

12.00 

15.00 

15.00 

18.00 

12.00 

11.00 

12.00 

12.00 

10.00 

11.00 

13.001 

12.00 

4.56 

13.00 
31.00 

15.00 



$ c. 
574.00 

1,512.33 

1,032.00 

1,312.62 

868.00 

1,286.00 
}2,015.00 



5,617.04 

1,416.00 

572.00 
3,207.00 
621.00 
840.00 
480.00 
774.00 
708.00 
450.97 
264.00 
1,542.00 
650.00 
825.00 

1,856.76 

522.00 
750.00 



*Population not shown in Government statistics, s Series system, m Multiple 
tfCertain additional street lighting costs for special service are paid direct in 
debenture charges. 

^Thirteen months' revenue. 



system, 
form of 



380 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1935; showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality in 1935, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 
style of 
lamps 



Rate per 

lamp 
per annum 



Cost to 

municipality 

in 1935 



Dundalk. 
Dundas... 



Dunnville 

Durham 

Dutton 

East Windsor. 



East York Twp. 



Elmira. 



Elm vale.. 
Elm wood. 



Elora. 



Embro. 
Erieau. 



Essex. 



Etobicoke Twp. 



Exeter. 



Fergus. 



709 
4,983 

3,746 

1,825 

780 

14,606 



2,650 



1,133 

408 

281 

1,689 



1,597 
2,520 



82 




113 

818 

74 

1 

945 

4 

2 

252 

15 

190 
8 
1 

57 

23 

82 

27 

56 

21 

121 
30 

4 
61 

1 

966 

22 

168 

32 

3 



151 
41 



100 watt 



m 



100 watt m 

200 watt m 

200 watt m 

200watt(orn.)ra 

150 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 



150 c.p. 
400 c.p. 

100 watt 

100 watt 
150 watt 

60 watt 
100 watt 
200 watt 
250 watt 
300 watt 
500 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 
500 watt 

100 watt 

150 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 

60 watt 
100 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 
500 watt 

100 watt 
100 watt 

100 watt 

300 watt 

100 watt 

(Park) 

100 watt 
150 watt 



$ c. 
15.00 

12.001 
16. oo! 
32.001 
26.00J 

11.00 
45.00 

17.00 
25.00 

9.00 

9.00 
14.00 

7.801 
13.00 
19.50 
22.75 
26.00 
29.00 

9.00 
12.00 
28.00 

12.00 

23.00 

14.00 
20.00 

12.00 

18.00 

10. 00^ 
10.00 
22.00 
24.00 
30.00, 

13.50 
18.00 

9.50^ 
33.00 

8.50 



14.001 
16.50f 



$ c. 
1,230.00 



5,508.00 

3,958.44 

1,935.00 
1,021.44 
8,419.92 

19,497.90 

1,834.00 

621.00 
529.00 

1,675.16 

678.00 
378.00 

3,091.92 

13,437.00 
2,231.18 

2,773.28 



**Population not shown in Government statistics, s 
ffCertain additional street lighting costs for special 
debenture charges. 



Series system, m Multiple 
service are paid direct in 



system, 
form of 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



381 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1935; showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality in 1935, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 

style of 

lamps 



Rate per 

lamp 
per annum 



Cost to 

municipality 

in 1935 



Finch. 



Flesherton. 



Fonthill. 



Forest. 



Fort William. 



Gait. 



Georgetown! 



Glencoe. 



Goderich. 



Grand Valley. 
Granton 



Gravenhurst. 



Guelph. 



400 



469 



808 



1,496 



24,492 



13,715 



2,203 



833 



4,383 



575 



1,985 



20,882 



38 

53 
1 

1 



71 

131 
123 



100 watt 

100 watt 
300 watt 
60 watt 
(9 mos.) 

100 watt 



m 



60 watt m 

100 watt m 

Station platform m 



100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 
100 watt 
300 watt 



100 c.p. 
75 watt 
100 watt 
150 watt 
150 watt 
300 watt 

100 watt 
300 watt 
100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 



100 c.p. s 
100 c.p. (6 mos.) s 

100 watt m 

200 watt m 

3 Lt. stds. m 

100 watt m 

100 watt m 



100 c.p. 
150 c.p. 
100 watt 
300 watt 



50 watt m 

60 watt m 

100 watt m 

200 watt m 

300 watt m 

500 watt m 

500 watt (250v) m 

Airport beacon m 



$ c. 
15.00 

11. OCT 

26.00 

6.00 



15.00 

7.00 
11.00 
51.00 

8.00 
18.00 
28.00 
38.00 

8.00 
23.00 

9.001 
13.00 
12.00 
16.00 
25.00 
35.00 

11.00 
19.00 
13.00 

14.00 
20.00 

9.00 

4.50 

15.00 

25.00 

35.00 

17.00 

10.00 

10.00 x 
11.00 
10.00 
30. 00 j 

4.00 
4.00 
10.00 
12.50 
18.75 
25.00 
34.00 
60.00 



$ c. 
570.00 



615.00 

1,065.00 
2,321.00 

17,439.54 

20,621.00 

2,153.20 
1,948.00 

3,809.50 

884.00 
370.00 

2,142.31 
18,622.02 



**Population not shown in Government statistics, s Series system. 
{Includes Glen Williams 



m Multiple system. 



382 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1935; showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality in 1935, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 
style of 
lamps 



Rate per 

lamp 
per annum 



Cost to 

municipality 

in 1935 



Cost 

per 

capita 



Hagersville. 



Hamilton. 



Hanover 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hastings 

Havelock 

Hensall 

Hespeler 

Highgate 

Holstein 

Humberstone. 

Hunts ville 



1,399 



154,276 



3,006 

1,329 

934 

795 

1,119 
697 

2,853 
334 



2,487 



2,651 



114 
20 

6 
96 

8,291 

1,168 

8 

28 

77 

25 

480 

592 

65 

3 

2 

93 

16 

4 

13 

89 

4 

29 

1 

78 

61 



63 

21 



91 
34 
15 
51 
10 
7 

40 
6 
1 

14 

104 

7 

47 
26 
28 
68 



100 watt 
300 watt 



40 watt 
50 watt 

100 watt 

200 watt 

300 watt 

300 watt 

300 watt 

300 watt 

500 watt 

500 watt 

750 watt 
Danger signals m 
1200 watt stds. m 



150 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
100 watt 
200 watt 



150 c.p. 
100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 



100 watt m 

250 watt m 

100 watt m 

150 c.p. s 

250 c.p. s 

400 c.p. stds. s 

150 watt m 

300 watt m 

300 watt stds. m 



100 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 c.p. 
150 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
75 watt 



m 



$ c. 
14.00\ 

22.00/ 

4.50 
6.00 
7.50 
11.00 
18.00 
26.00 
32.00 
34.00 
32.00 
37.00 
55.00 
28.00 
70.00 

22.00 
27.00 
22.00 
27.00 

12.00 
12.00 
15.00 

12.00 
16.50 

18.00 
23.00 

16.00 
25.00 

12.00 

12.001 

16.00 

30.00 

11.00 

21.50 

35.00 

11.00 
17.00 
25.00 

25.00 

12.00 
17.00 

12.00 N 
16.00 
20.00 
10.00, 



$ c. 
2,026.50 



123,956.32 



2,893.50 

1,551.00 

1,299.00 

1,275.55 

1,533.00 
996.00 

3,107.00 

567.00 

350.00 
1,367.00 

2,488.05 



^Population not shown in Government statistics, s Series system, m Multiple system. 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



383 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1935; showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality in 1935, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 

style of 

lamps 



Rate per 

lamp 

per annum 



Cost to 

municipality 

in 1935 



Ingersoll. 



Jarvis 

Kemptville. 

Kincardine., 
Kingston 



Kingsville. 
Kirkfield.... 



Kitchener. 



Lakefield... 
Lambeth... 

Lanark 

Lancaster. 
La Salle.... 



Leamington. 



Lindsay. 



4,919 

535 
1,272 

2,354 

23,678 
2,354 



31,328 



1,335 



623 
609 
671 

5,004 
6,979 



13 

310 
2 
2 

26 
11 

70 

90 
1 

151 
5 

20 

36 

1 



98 
267 
256 

112 
25 

122 

24 

47 
2,044 

83 

18 
202 
447 

50 
109 

109 

36 

37 

41 

66 

176 

4 

193 

416 

27 



100 c.p. s 

(park 6 mos.) 

100 c.p. s 

600 c.p. s 

1,000 c.p. s 

(church) 

1,000 c.p. s 

300 watt , m 



100 watt 

100 watt 
250 watt 

150 c.p. 
100 watt 

(docks) 
100 watt 
200 watt 
1,000 watt 

(9 mos.) 

100 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
600 c.p. 

150 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
100 watt 

100 watt 

16 c.p. 

80 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 
100 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 
500 watt 



m 



m 



100 watt m 

100 watt m 

100 watt m 

100 watt m 

Empty sockets m 

250 c.p. s 

400 c.p. s 

100 watt m 

100 c.p. s 

1,000 c.p. s 



$ c. 
5.50 

11.00 
28.00 
25.00 

35.00 
30.00, 

12.00 

20. 00^ 
30.00, 

20. 00^ 
10.00 

15.00 
25.00 
85.00 



12.00 > 
35.00 
46.00, 

10.50^ 
15.00 
10.50, 

20.00 

7.00] 
9.00 
13.00 
25.00 
9.00 
15.00 
17.50 
25.00, 

17.00 

12.00 

16.00 

27.00 

7.50 

16.00 
20.00 
15.00 

13.00 
65.00 



$ c. 
4,851.48 

840.00 
1,830.00 

4,333.75 

22,231.00 

2,973.96 
480.00 

32,330.30 



1,852.92 
432.00 
592.00 

1,107.00 
495.00 

5,782.98 
7,105.16 



**Population not shown in Government statistics, s Series system, m Multiple system. 
ffCertain additional street lighting costs for special service are paid direct in form of 
debenture charges. 



384 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1935; showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality in 1935, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 
style of 
lamps 



Rate per 

lamp 
per annum 



Cost to 

municipality 

in 1935 



Listowel. 



London. 



London Twp. 

Long Branch. 

Lucan 

Lucknow 

Lynden 



Madoc. 



Markdale. 
Markham. 

Marmora. 



Martintown. 
Maxville 



Meaford. 
Merlin 



2,755 



73,880 



3,776 

604 
1,055 



1,088 

793 
1,092 

984 



732 

2,722 



162 
118 

8 
26 

3 

94 

8 

1,936 

114 

309 

32 

277 

2 

53 

30 

4 

12 

27 

534 

42 

11 

47 

70 
1 

270 
25 

71 

73 

43 

382 

62 

1 

90 

112 

44 
24 
19 

15 

65 

180 
28 
35 

43 



60 watt 
100 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 
500 watt 

100 c.p. 
150 c.p. 
150 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
50 watt 
100 watt 
100 watt 
150 watt 
200 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 
300 watt 
500 watt 
500 watt 



m 



100 watt m 

200 watt m 

100 watt m 

Empty sockets m 

100 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 



25 watt 
100 watt 
300 watt 

150 c.p. 

100 watt 

75 watt 
100 watt 
150 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 

150 c.p. 
100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 



m 



$ c 

9.001 
11.00 
25.00 
30.00 
35.00 

10.001 

10.00 

11.00 

18.00 

24.00 

28.00 

30.00 

5.00 
10.00 
14.00 
12.00 

9.34 
14.00 
18.00 
20.00 
25.00 
40.00 

12.00 
16.50 

13.00 
9.50 

14.00 

21.00 

10.00 

3.50 

5.50 

11.50 

10.00 

12.00 

14.00 
16.00 
19.00 

22.00 

20.00 

11.001 

11.00 

19.00, 

16.00 



$ c. 
3,840.60 



54,843.84 



856.50 

3,741.37 

994.02 

1,531.25 

430.00 

1,500.00 

900.00 
1,344.00 

1,361.00 

330.00 
1,375.89 

2,953.00 

688.00 



**Population not shown in Government statistics, s 
ffCertain additional street lighting costs for special 
debenture charges. 



Series system, m Multiple 
service are paid direct in 



system, 
form of 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



385 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1935; showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality in 1935, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 

style of 

lamps 



Rate per 

lamp 
per annum 



Cost to 

municipality 

in 1935 



Merritton. 



Midland. 



Mildmay. 
Milton 



Milverton. 



Mimico. 



Mitchell 

Moorefield. 



Mount Brydges. 



Mount Forest. 



Napanee. 



Neustadt. 
Newbury. 



New Hamburg. 



New Toronto. 



2,557 

7,250 

741 

1,775 

996 

6,733 
1,526 



1,826 

2,935 

491 
265 

1,449 
7,861 



305 
25 

328 
52 

80 

8 

30 
36 

46 
11 

205 
3 

95 

12 

330 
91 

47 

232 
25 

52 

1 

119 
35 
39 

152 
2 
2 

40 
5 

21 



39 

47 

165 
61 

221 
17 
15 
28 
14 
3 

131 



100 watt 
300 watt 

150 c.p. 
100 watt 
100 watt 

(6 mos.) 
300 watt 

(6 mos.) 
300 watt 
500 watt 

100 watt 
150 watt 

100 watt 
300 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt . 
200 watt 
300. watt 

150 c.p. 

100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

150 c.p. 
100 watt 
150 watt 

100 watt 
250 watt 
250 watt 
300 watt 
300 watt stds. 
400 watt 
(clusters) 



100 watt 
200 watt 

75 watt 
150 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 
300 watt 
500 watt 
500 watt 



m 



m 



150 c.p. s 

100 watt m 



$ c. 

9.00 

25.00 

11.001 

11.00 

7.50 

12.00 

22.00 
40.00 

12.00\ 
19.00/ 

9.50 
30.00 

9.00 
12.00 

12.00 
20.00 
26.00 

9.00 

15.00 

10.00 
17.00 

11.00 
11.00 
14.00 

13.00 
32.00 
31.00 
38.00 
27.00 
45.00 



25.00 

15.00 

9.00 
12.00 

13.00 
15.50 
17.00 
21.00 
22.00 
29.00 
33.00 



$ c. 
3,368.50 



6,907.42 0.95 



738.42 

2,037.96 

999.00 

7,005.34 

2,088.00 
375.00 

537.00 
2,240.00 



4,705.72 

975.00 
705.00 

2,217.00 

8,697.48 



* *Population not shown in Government statistics, s Series system. 

13— H.E. 



m Multiple system. 



386 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1935; showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality in 1935, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 
style of 
lamps 



Rate per 

lamp 
per annum 



Cost to 

municipality 

in 1935 



Niagara Falls. 



Niagara-on-the- 
Lake 



Nipigon. 



North York 
Twp 



Norwich. 



Norwood. 



Oil Springs. 



Omemee. 



Orangeville. 



Oshawa 



18,060 



1,569 



1,174 



761 



463 



509 



2,789 



22,506 



823 

3 

61 

233 

197 

221 
25 

34 

81 

20 

32 

11 

10 

1 

1 

1 

65 

1 



2 
1 
1 

114 
28 

80 
6 
1 

41 

1 

46 

4 

10 

95 
50 
38 

841 
1 

40 
109 

30 



(orn.) s 
(orn.) s 



100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 



100 watt 
100 watt 
100 watt 
100 watt 
100 watt 
100 watt 
100 watt 
200 watt 
200 watt 
400 watt 

(mercury) 
400 watt 

(floodlight) 
1,000 watt 
Police sign 
Traffic light 

100 watt 
400 watt 

100 c.p. 
100 c.p. 
100 c.p. 

100 watt 
300 watt 

100 c.p. 
100 watt 
250 watt 

150 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
300 watt 

100 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 
100 watt 
150 watt 
200 watt 



$ c. 
11.00 
13.00 
18.00 
37.00 
42.00, 

11.00\ 

18.00/ 

15.00 

12.00 
13.00 
13.50 
15.00 
16.50 
17.70 
18.00 
19.00 
23.00 
43.00 

31.00 

65.00 
12.00 
30.00 

10.00 
35.00 

18.00 
20.00 
27.00 

18.00 
30.00 

14.00 
12.50 
28.00 

12.00 
18.00 
25.00 

11.00 
27.00 
12.00 
13.00 
18.00 



$ c. 
27,200.85 

2,871.74 
510.00 



3,743.84 



2,120.00 

1,575.00 

760.50 

971.08 

3,014.00 
11,706.94 



'Population not shown in Government statistics, s Series system, m Multiple system. 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



387 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1935; showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality in 1935, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 

style of 

lamps 



Rate per 

lamp 
per annum 



Cost to 

municipality 

in 1935 



Ottawa. 



Otterville. 



Owen Sound. 



Paisley. 



Palmerston. 



Paris. 



Parkhill. 



Penetanguishene 



Perth. 



Peterboro. 



135,300 



12,923 



728 



1,470 



4,330 



1,023 



4,352 



4,057 



22,869 



740 

380 
818 
857 
59 
,910 

39 



54 
12 

434 
1 

335 
12 
39 



14 
11 
12 
10 

9 
13 

2 

463 
10 
25 

2 
2 
8 

80 
15 

187 
3 
4 

73 

12 

7 

13 

193 
365 
554 

81 



100 c.p. 

(Driveway) 
100 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
600 c.p. 

Arcs s 

100 watt m 

(white way) 
100 watt 

(residential) 



100 watt 
200 watt 

150 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 

100 watt 

80 c.p. 
400 c.p. 

60 watt 
100 watt 
150 watt 
250 watt 
300 watt 
500 watt 

100 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
500 c.p. 

60 watt 
100 watt 
500 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

150 c.p. 
200 watt 
300 watt 

100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
600 c.p. 

60 watt 
100 watt 
300 watt 
300 watt 



$ c. 
6.00 

7.00 

25.00 

35.00 

45.00 

48c. per ft. 

53^c. per ft. 



11.00 
16.00 

13.00^ 
13.50 
16.00 
23.00 
37.00J 

14.00 

9.00) 
25.00 

9.00 
10.00 
10.00 
25.00 
25.00 
35.00 

8.50 

28.00 

35.001 

7.00 > 

9.00 

35.00. 

14. 00^ 
23.00j 

11.00^ 
15.00 
20.00J 

17.001 
27.00 
30.00 
45.00J 

12.00) 
13.001 
20.001 
45.00 



$ c. 



75,524.89 



786.00 



12,854.14 



1,246.00 



1,992.93 



5,450.50 



1,437.00 



2,182.00 



2,338.00 



21,758.43 



*Population not shown in Government statistics, s Series system, m Multiple system. 



388 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1935; showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality in 1935, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 
style of 
lamps 



Rate per 

lamp 
per annum 



Cost to 

municipality 

in 1935 



Petrolia. 



Picton 

Plattsville 

Point Edward. 

Port Arthur 



Port Colborne.. 

Port Credit 

Port Dalhousie. 

Port Dover 



Port Elgin. 



Port Hope 

Port McNicolL 
Port Perry 

Port Rowan 



Port Stanley. 
Prescott 



2,664 
2,922 



1,222 
19,459 

5,680 

1,670 
1,410 

1,692 

1,301 

4,433 

935 

1,146 



759 
2,958 



145 
24 

225 

85 

34 

100 
15 

2,709 
232 

208 

15 
78 

232 
34 

127 

273 

129 
2 

200 
15 
30 

4 

9 




386 

50 
20 

98 

48 
5 



211 

169 
105 



150 c.p. 
600 c.p. 

100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 

100 watt 

150 c.p. 
250 c.p. 

100 watt 
300 watt 
500 watt 

400 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
100 watt 
100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 



100 watt 
300 watt 
100 watt 

(summer) 
300 watt 

(summer) 
Decorative stgs m 

100 watt 
100watt(4mos.)m 
100 watt (Imos.)ra 

200 watt m 



100 c.p. 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 
100 watt 
(9 mos.) 

100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 



m 



m 



$ c. 
12.00 
38.00 

10.00\ 
17.00/ 

12.00 



13.00 
20.00 

5.00 
10.00 
15.00 

23.00 
25.00 
12.00 
14.00 
18.00. 

10.00 

12.50] 
15.00/ 

11.001 

20.00 

7.00 

10.00 

20.00, 

14.001 
14.00 
14.00 
22. 00 J 

12.00 

12.00\ 
20.00/ 

15.00 

24.00 
18.00 



11.00 

10.00 
17.00 



$ c. 
2,652.00 

3,738.45 

408.00 

1,599.96 

18,984.96 

7,905.94 

2,730.00 
1,636.25 

2,930.00 

2,283.06 

4,631.00 
1,000.00 
1,477.50 

1,242.00 

2,306.30 
3,475.00 



**Population not shown in Government statistics, s 
tfCertain additional street lighting costs for special 
debenture charges. 



Series system, m Multiple 
service are paid direct in 



system, 
form of 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



389 



STATEMENT "C"-Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1935; showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality in 1935, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 

style of 

lamps 



Rate per 

lamp 

per annum 



Cost to 

municipality 

in 1935 



Preston. 



Price ville... 
Princeton.. 
Queenston. 
Richmond. 



Richmond Hill.. 



Ridgetown. 



Ripley. 



Riverside.. 
Rockwood. 

Rodney 

Rosseau... 



Russell. 



St. Catharines. 



St. George. 
St. Jacobs.. 



St. Marys. 



6,274 



425 
1,236 

2,016 

450 

4,875 



729 
300 



26,394 



4,038 




37 
19 
26 



99 

17 

6 

187 
1 

74 
2 
2 

19 

43 
6 

132 
36 

86 

74 
14 

35 

47 

' 2,271 

19 

149 

71 

106 

13 

1 

17 



39 

46 

229 

106 

19 

32 



150 c.p. s 

250 watt m 

500 watt m 

5 Lt. standardsm 

100 watt m 

100 watt m 

100 watt m 

100 watt m 



75 watt 
100 watt 
200 watt 

150 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 
100 watt 
200 watt 
250 watt 
500 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

75 watt 
150 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 
100 watt 
200 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 
500 watt 
1,000 watt 
300 watt 
(bridge lights) 



100 watt 

100 watt 

100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
150 watt 
300 watt 



m 



$ c. 
10.00^ 
18.00 
30.00 
30.00, 

40.00 

13.00 

16.00 

16.00 

11.00 

12.00 
16.00 

9.00 
40.00 

9.00 
18.00 
20.00 
36.00 

20.00 
35.00 

12.00 
16.00 

9.00 

10.00 
18.00 

35.40 

16.00 

8.001 
10.00 
11.00 
18.00 
26. 00^ 
20.00 
40.00 
14.11 
per month 

9.50 

10.00 

10. 00^ 
14.00 
12.00 
22.00 



$ c. 
5,012.00 

560.00 
481.00 
304.42 
418.32 

1,389.00 



3,136.59 

1,070.00 

2,827.54 

765.75 

991.98 

1,239.00 
752.00 

21,270.55 



370.50 
460.00 

4,692.66 



**Population not shown in Government statistics, s 
tfCertain additional street lighting costs for special 
debenture charges. 



Series system, m Multiple 
service are paid direct in 



system, 
form of 



390 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1935; showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality in 1935, and Cost per Capita. 







Number 


Size and 


Rate per 


Cost to 


Cost 


Municipality 


Population 


of 


style of 


lamp 


municipality 


per 






lamps 


lamps 


per annum 


in 1935 


capita 










$ c' 


$ c. 


$ c. 








' 1,078 


100 c.p. s 


9.001 














27 


250 c.p. s 


13.00 














1 


600 c.p. s 


32.00 














114 


600 c.p. s 


34.00 








St. Thomas 


16,066 




6 
29 

3 
22 

r 291 

318 
14 
40 
13 


60 watt m 
100 watt m 
200 watt m 
300 watt m 
600 watt m 

100 c.p. s 
100 c.p. s 
250 c.p. s 
400 c.p. s 
400 c.p. s 


4.50 

5.00 

30.00 

22.00 

51.00, 

12.00 N 
13.00 
21.00 
26.00 
28.00 




14,698.00 


tt 


Sandwich 


10,682 


, 


10 


100 watt m 


12.00 


, 


8,436.35 


tt 








31 


100 watt m 


13.00 










208 


Empty sockets 


5.50 














1 


<< << 


10.50 














4 


<< (« 


12.50 














I 15 

' 1,026 
56 
66 


150 c.p. s 
250 c.p. s 
400 c.p. s 


13.00, 

12. 00' 
16.50 
22.00 








Sarnia 


17,645 


< 


79 
13 


600 c.p. s 
600 c.p. s 


35.00 
45.00 




18,652.98 


tt 










3 


100 watt ' m 


12.00 














8 


150 watt m 


16.50 














14 


300 watt m 


32.00J 














[ 214 


100 c.p. s 


12. 00' 














10 


100 c.p. (empty) s 


9.00 














2 


250 c.p. s 


17.00 














19 


40 watt m 


12.00 














2 


60 watt m 


18.00 








Scarboro Twp.... 






418 

25 

7 

10 

154 

, 153 


100 watt m 
100 w. (empty) m 
200 watt m 
200 watt w 
300 watt m 
300 w. (empty) m 


12.00 
9.00 
17.00 
21.00 
24.00 
14.50 




14,396.96 


** 


Seaforth 


1,697 


f 123 
\ 20 


100 c.p. s 
300 watt m 


11.00\ 
25.00/ 


1,853.00 


1.09 






Shelburne 


1,166 


96 


150 c.p. s 
100 c.p. s 


11.00 


1,056.00 


0.90 








' 274 


11.001 












27 


1,000 c.p. s 


40.00 














7 


150 watt m 


11.00 








Simcoe 


5,317 


. 


8 


200 watt m 


15.00 




4,539.00 


ft 








6 


200 watt m 


24.00 














2 


500 watt m 


53.00 














{ 1 


1,000 watt m 


60.00 









**Population not shown in Government statistics, s Series system, m Multiple system. 
ftCertain additional street lighting costs for special service are paid direct in form of 
debenture charges. 



1936 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



391 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1935; showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality in 1935, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 

style of 

lamps 



Rate per 

lamp 
per annum 



Cost to 

municipality 

in 1935 



Smiths Falls. 



Southampton. 



Springfield 

Stamford Twp. 

Stayner 



Stirling 

Stouffville. 

Stratford... 



Strathroy. 



Streetsville. 



Sunderland. 



Sutton. 



Tara. 



Tavistock. 



Tecumseh. 



7,517 



1,355 



380 



900 

935 
1,169 

17,456 

2,875 
671 



812 



509 



1,033 



2,526 



18 

105 

1 

171 

85 

115 
32 
39 

1 

51 

864 

76 

18 

73 

16 

2 

15 

126 

870 

74 

116 

6 

63 

4 

4 

298 
21 
34 

48 
28 
13 

29 
4 

120 
17 

18 



55 

12 

82 
39 

17 

60 



50 watt m 

100 watt m 

200 watt m 

300 watt m 

Empty sockets m 



100 watt m 

250 watt m 

60 watt m 

(3 mos.) 

decorative stg. m 

100 watt m 



100 watt 

150 c.p